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The poster boards will have a single surface measuring 2.5 m x 1 m (8,2 ft x 3,28 ft). They will accommodate an A0 or ARCH sized poster. The sessions will take place on Monday, Tuesday and Thursday between 14:30 and 18:00 in the Rossini Hall. The poster sessions include a 30-minute coffee break.
Posters should be placed before the beginning of the scheduled session time, manned during the session and taken down at the end of the session. Any posters not removed by 21:00 each day will be removed by staff and discarded.
Authors are reminded that no contributions are accepted for publication only. The Scientific Program Committee reserves the right to refuse papers for publication that have not been properly presented or staffed in the poster sessions. Manuscripts of contributions to the proceedings (or enlargements of them) are not considered to be posters, and papers presented in this way will not be accepted for publication.
The suggested usage is the display of an A0/ARCH E page in Portrait orientation on the boards.
Note: You have to avoid LANDSCAPE orientation for A0 and ARCH E formats, since it will be too wide to fit in the poster boards!
The SRF conference series are characterized by focusing on the good use of the event to train students. Besides the tutorial session, which is aimed to give students a general but significant overview on SRF subjects, a student poster session will be included during the conference.
All students and young researcher have the opportunity to present their work in a student poster session. This is a good chance to get in contact with each other and to connect our SRF community. The student poster session will be held on Sunday (June 30th) from 16:00-18:00 in the Rossini Hall. Posters will remain displayed until 20:00 during the welcome reception (18:00-20:00).
Students with grants are expected to present a poster in the student poster session and must place it before 16:00 and remove it after 20:00. For students without a grant this session is optional. In any case, please indicate during registration process if you would like to attend the student poster session.
In accordance with the guidelines for publication of contributions, these posters must also be displayed during the regular poster sessions.