All contributed papers will be presented in poster sessions with a short, 2 minute, 2 slide summary before the session begins.
There will be eight poster sessions during the week, scheduled each morning and afternoon from Aug. 11 to Aug. 15 except for Saturday morning and Monday afternoon for 3 hours. Specific session times may be found on the Program page. Each paper will be assigned to one of these sessions. Posters for the morning sessions may be mounted from 8 am on that day (before the keynote lectures) and must be removed by 1:00 pm. Posters for the afternoon sessions should be mounted by 2:00 pm (before the keynote lectures) and removed by 6:30 pm. They should not be left in place overnight.
Each poster session will be preceded by short slide presentation sessions where each author will present a short, 2 minute, 2 slide oral summary of their paper. This should be a concise summary of what you did in this research and the key results. Your slide presentations should be loaded onto the designated computer when you post your poster (before the keynote lectures) or you will not be able to make your oral summary. Your file name should start with your paper number, IHTC16-#####.
Authors must remain by their posters for the whole time of their poster session.
Suggestions for Preparing Posters
- Posters should be prepared directly onto a single large sheet 0.9 m wide by 1.3 m high.
- The lettering should be large enough to be read by someone standing 2 m back from the poster. The following text sizes are suggested:
- Title: 100 point, 20-24 mm
- Authors' names and affiliations: 48 point, 12-15 mm, Title Case
- Section headings (ABSTRACT, RESULTS, etc.): 48-60 point, 15-20 mm
- The text itself should be of the order of 16-24 point, 5-10 mm, Upper and lower case
- For clarity, use lots of diagrams, lots of color, and not many words.
- Use phrases and short sentences in "bullet points".
- We recommend that the poster be divided into sections:
- a one or two sentence abstract
- problem definition and/or aims
- The rules for the preparation of good slides apply equally to the preparation of good posters:
- keep them simple
- avoid overcrowding and excessive information
- use large lettering and thick lines
- "one picture is worth a thousand words"