MULTIEPOSTER ePoster - The Liver Meeting® 2017

Guidelines for creating and submitting your ePoster
(We suggest you read/print the guidelines below)

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The deadline to submit your poster is Friday, October 6, 2017.

Once your poster has been processed by MULTIEPOSTER, you will receive an email notification to review your ePoster before the meeting.

What are eposters?
Along with your traditional printed poster or oral abstract presentation, you have the opportunity to submit your work electronically for all to view. Our interactive ePoster system allows attendees to browse, view, and (with your permission) download your poster. They can leave questions and comments about your work, giving you instant feedback.

Poster template files:
You can find poster templates ready to use here
These templates are freely available and can also be used for your Paper Poster. We confirm that dimension will comply with paper board poster size.
What you need to know:
  • You may use PowerPoint or any program that can be converted to PDF.
  • The ePoster consists of one page only.
  • In the submission process, you will be asked to list the logical reading sequence (or sections) of your poster (Title, Introduction, Aim, Methods, Results, Conclusion, Acknowledgements, etc.)
  • The ePoster will be displayed on standard 42" (Diagonal) LCD screens.
  • We will transform your poster to a high resolution image 4000 pixel wide.
ePoster Format (For best viewing experience):
  • Make sure your poster file is in Landscape format (4' high x 6' wide board - 1.2 meters high x 1.8 meters wide).
  • Images/pictures or graphs, the suggested resolution is 300 dpi. To check that they appear correctly on the final/printed version, zoom in at 100% and check the images, pictures and graphs. It is better to use high quality images/graphs when creating the poster and then convert it to PDF (as PDF files can be compressed).
  • Provide clear labels or headings for each section of your presentation to avoid confusion.
  • On light backgrounds (white, yellow, light blue) use dark fonts (black, navy blue, dark green).
  • On dark backgrounds (blue, purple) use light fonts (white, yellow, cyan etc).
  • Having a total file size that exceeds 10 MB (although our system will still accept it).
  • The use of red or green fonts as they are colours that are difficult to read.
  • Full width section, it will be very difficult to read when divided as a section, even zoomed in.
  • Don't stretch the images manually or quality will be lost once zoomed in.