EFNS 2012 has created a new cutting-edge, technologically advanced tool for fueling exciting academic discussions.
All E-Posters will appear on plasma stations in the Poster Area available for electronic viewing at all times for participants.
The E-Poster will be presented in an electronic format - the transformation of a poster into an electronic format will be carried out by Konnect - whom we have mandated to help us undertake this exciting educational project.
All authors will be contacted directly with all preparation details and information regarding technical aspects of E-posters. The poster author will receive a username and password for the following procedure:
- Agree to Terms and Conditions of E-Poster upload
- Validate and update demographic details
Accepted file formats for your E-Poster are PNG/GIF/JPG or PDF and should not be longer than 400 words – as any information over the limit will not be saved in the system.
- Click on the poster title which you authorize for publication
- Add the abstract text, your picture (width: 80 pixels) and a short biography
- Upload E-Poster File* - The maximum size of your E-Poster in pixels is: 4000 x 4000p
Please note: larger sizes will be scaled down while maintaining aspect ratio. As this is an automated process, finer details may be lost and therefore it is highly recommended to keep the E-Poster within the limit specified BEFORE uploading.
- Save and preview E-Poster (Please note: the option to edit your E-Poster is still possible)
Once uploaded, you will be able to use the tools to define sections of your E-Poster – making it easy to navigate through your poster at the viewing station.
- Section the E-Poster as desired
- Your E-Poster is successfully uploaded and a confirmation email will be sent shortly thereafter
As you will see in the submission process, your E-Poster will also become available online to members and participants during the Congress - and if you permit - after the Congress as well. Viewers will be able to easily find and browse through E-Posters, comment on them, ask questions directly to the presenters and even download the posters in PDF format when permitted by the presenter.