All poster submissions need to comply with the below guidelines.
About the Poster Format
In addition to the traditional competitive and interactive papers we welcome posters to any of the conference tracks to be presented in a dedicated poster session. The poster session at EIBA 2020 is designed to push early-stage work towards high-impact contributions.
Here presenters will exhibit the poster they prepared in a digital poster hall where all conference participants have the chance to engage in a fruitful conversation with the authors and connect for further discussion at a later stage.
Participants who will present their poster at this session will receive a regular attendance mention in the conference booklet and are considered “active participants”. The abstracts of presented posters will be published in the conference proceedings.
Unless you have previously submitted a paper to EIBA which has then been accepted as a poster, all poster submissions are to be made to the poster track in the submission system. We welcome papers in all areas of IB.
The submission deadline for posters is October 19, 2020.
Submissions must conform to the following guidelines:
The submission format for posters are extended abstracts of maximum 1,500 words (including references and other appendices). Submissions exceeding this threshold will be rejected without exception.
Additionally, in the submission system you will be asked to summarize your poster in a short submission abstract (max 200 words). While this seems redundant, it is a prerequisite for the EIBA 2020 proceedings in which all poster abstracts will be published as well.
Please make sure you remove ALL information from the abstract which might reveal your identity.
All abstracts should be prepared in Adobe pdf.
Please make sure the extended abstract outlines the research gap, its relevance, the theoretical basis, intended method, and (if existing) preliminary results.
The poster session in EventsAIR will be designed to allow fruitful discussion of your posters. More information on this is to follow.
Preparing your poster
In general, posters should be self-supporting. The presenter should only need to supplement or discuss particular points after inquiry. Make sure your poster is structured logically, from top to bottom or with a similar easy-to-follow logical structure. Please remember that people with diverse backgrounds and differing interests may be viewing your poster at the same time. Try to be as concise and brief as possible. Illustrations, graphics, and figures greatly increase readability. Make use of them extensively and minimize narrative and long paragraphs. Bullet lists are also a concise and effective way to communicate a series of points. An excellent poster is designed to:
Provide a concise overview of the key points of your work
These steps are good practice in preparing a poster. Following them will help you get the most out of the poster session at EIBA, particularly if this is the first time you are participating in such a session.
Create several initial sketches of the poster layout
Choose the best layout and make a full-size draft (e.g., on a whiteboard)
Have colleagues or peers give feedback on the poster draft
Design final version and review digital version using a projector