Poster Presentation Information
The placement notification email for each poster presentation states the session to which it is assigned.
Please be at your poster during the presentation time specified. Posters not on display during the scheduled presentation time will not have the corresponding abstract included in the Conference Proceedings.
You will receive your poster board number assignment when you arrive at the Conference.
Poster Set-Up. Tuesday, April 23, any time before 4:30 p.m.
Display/Presentation. Tuesday, April 23, 5:30-7:00 p.m.
Poster Removal. Tuesday, April 23, after 7:00 p.m
Display area maximum=44.5 inches high x 91 inches wide (1.1 m x 2.3 m)
Your poster should include a title/authors’ section and photos, graphics, and text that will convey the essential background and results data.
The title/author section should appear in large type and correspond to the abstract you have submitted.
A velcro-receptive poster board with an identification number and pushpins will be provided. If you wish to provide hand-outs with your poster, please request an adhesive envelope from the Registration Desk.
Tables are not provided under the poster boards. Glue-backed tabs, adhesives and staples are prohibited.
Please be courteous when utilizing the provided pushpins and return them to the designated bins after use.
Please do not leave pins stuck in the poster boards or scattered on the floor, this is a safety hazard.
The most effective displays present data in colorful, graphic format. Use photos, drawings, graphs, simple tables and bulleted lists as much as possible, minimizing the need for large blocks of text; present necessary text in large type.
Please DO NOT:
- Include the abstract control number—you will receive your assigned poster board number when you arrive onsite
- Simply post copies of pages of text taken from a manuscript or report
If you would like your poster included in the Proceedings you may submit a one-page PDF of it by April 8, 2024. Upload instructions will be sent to poster presenters by mid-March.
The file name must be constructed as follows: Session Code_Abstract #_Poster_ Presenter Last Name. For example, the file submitted for abstract number 999, scheduled in Session A1 and presented by someone whose last name is Jones, would have the following file name: A1_#999_Poster_Jones.pdf.
Battelle is not requesting exclusive rights to the information in your poster, only permission to include it in the Conference proceedings/reprints and in online formats. This agreement does not restrict the author from submitting the information to another publisher. By uploading the poster PDF for inclusion in the Proceedings, you agree to the following: As the Lead Author, you hereby warrant that (1) you are responsible for the content and have full authority to make this Agreement for the poster PDF; (2) if the poster PDF contains previously published material, that publication is properly credited and, if it was a copyrighted publication (i.e., not in the public domain), the necessary permission was obtained by the author(s) from the copyright holder before the document was submitted to Battelle; (3) publication of the document(s) will not infringe on any statutory or common law, copyright, or any other personal or proprietary right of any third party; and (4) Battelle and the editors are indemnified against any breach of this warranty. You hereby grant to Battelle a nonexclusive, perpetual license to use, reproduce, and distribute the poster PDF in the collection described. You consent to Battelle’s use of your name in the distribution of the poster PDF. Any third-party requests to Battelle to incorporate material in the Contribution into other works will be referred to the authors. If the Lead Author is not the owner of the entire interest in the Contribution, then the submission of the file confirms that any necessary permissions of other authors and/or organizational entities (e.g., employers, clients) have been obtained.