A poster presentation is a graphic representation of your SBCC research or program. You will illustrate your findings by displaying graphs, photos, diagrams and a small amount of text on poster boards. The posters will be displayed adjacent to the exhibit booths in the foyer of Nusa Dua Hall 1,2,3,4. The poster presentation schedule is available here.
Each poster will be displayed for a whole day from 8:30am-5:00pm. You will be assigned a day to display your poster and answer questions to people who approach you. You should plan to mount your poster before the morning plenary session begins and dismount it before the afternoon plenary session.
On their assigned day, presenters are expected to stand by their posters to answer questions and present information about their work during the two 45-minute poster and marketplace breaks (see schedule/app for times). This is your opportunity to personally share your work and interact with interested Summit attendees.
On the day/time of your poster Presentation, please bring it to the poster hall.
Presenters are responsible for hanging their own poster. Thumbtacks or push pins are not allowed. Posters must be mounted with double-sided tape. Double-sided tape will be provided.
The exhibition team at the Bali Nusa Dua Convention Center can assist exhibitors in printing and mounting their posters. Requests can be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org
Recommended Poster Sizes:
- 33.2” wide x 23.4″ tall (841mm w x 594mm h)
- 33.2” wide by 46.9” tall (841mm w x 1189mm h)
- No audiovisual equipment is permitted for poster presentations.
- There will be approximately 100 posters scheduled in each poster session. You should remain by your poster board for the duration of the two 45-minute poster and marketplace breaks.
- Presentations should be taken down before the afternoon plenary session. Display materials not removed following the conclusion of the session will be discarded.
- Consider printing handouts or other materials that you can give to interested people who visit your poster.
- Bring business cards with you in case the viewer is interested in contacting you later for more information or discussion.
Poster Development Tips
- Content of the poster should include the title of the presentation and list of authors and co-authors with their affiliations (institution/organization) under the title. Letters in the title should be at least 1 inch high. Prepare a headline that reflects the main idea of your research or program.
- In your poster content, try to indicate how your work relates to the main conference themes.
- Your poster should present the information clearly and simply in a visually appealing way. Be careful not to overload it with details that can be explained orally. Please use a consistent style/sequence (left to right or top to bottom) to guide the viewer logically through the poster content.
- You may use figures, tables, graphs and/or photographs where suitable. Keep the text brief and to the point to minimize reading time. All the material on the poster should be legible from a distance of about 10 to 15 feet.
- Avoid using abbreviations, acronyms, and/or jargon. Make sure the font is consistent throughout. Avoid use of fancy fonts. Use upper and lowercase letters. Sans serif fonts such as Veranda are much easier to read than Serif fonts.
- Printed papers and materials for your presentation should be brought with you or sent ahead to your hotel, addressed to your attention and labeled “Hold for Arrival.” Do not send any materials directly to the Bali Nusa Dua Convention Center.