Poster Discussion Sessions
The Poster Discussion Sessions will take place on Thursday May 10 and Friday May 11, and will cover a wide range of topics. A total of 12 sessions have been planned with about 90 presentations. The sessions offer the opportunity to actively interact with the presenters.
These selected presentations will be presented both as a standard printed poster as well as orally in a Poster Discussion Session.
Presenters have each been allocated 7 minutes to present in the Poster Discussion session, which includes 4 minutes for oral presentation and 3 minutes for discussion. Presentations need to be prepared as PowerPoint and limited to 5 SLIDES. It is recommended to divide the slides as follows: 1-2 slide for Methods, 1-2 slides for Main Results and 1 slide for Conclusions. Presentations should be uploaded on-site in the Speakers' Ready Room at least 1 hour before the start of the session.
> For instructions on preparing and uploading your data presentation on-site CLICK HERE.
> For instructions on preparing, displaying and presenting your printed poster CLICK HERE.
You may find your Poster Discussion Session of interest according to topic as mentioned in the chart below. 01
Thursday, May 10, 2012, 13:00-14:00
|Gastrointestinal and parasitic infections
Friday, May 11, 2012, 14:00-15:00
|Congenital and neonatal infections
|Mycobacterial and fungal infections
|Respiratory tract infections
A select number of Posters will be presented in a user-friendly electronic format on large screens located
in the Poster Area from Thursday May 10 through Friday May 11.
Please feel free to browse the topics and posters in this new and interactive format.
Abstracts selected for e-poster presentation will also be presented in the standard printed format in the Poster Area in addition to the Electronic Poster format on screen. Authors are not required to stand by the screens for any specific presentation time, but are required to hang their printed poster on the board and attend per the instructions previously provided.
Authors selected for this e-poster format will have received an e-mail with instructions and deadline for advance upload by April 27, 2012.