9th International Workshop
on Sap Flow

4-7 June 2013, Ghent, Belgium

Guidelines for poster presentations

The Organising Committee welcomes your contribution to the 9th International Workshop on Sap Flow. In order to ensure that your poster presentation runs smoothly, a number of services and facilities will be provided to you.

Presenter checklist

  • Complete your registration.
  • Bring your poster, prepared according to the guidelines given below.

Registration details

  • Prior to the workshop: All presenting authors are required to register for the 9th International Workshop on Sap Flow.
  • Onsite at the workshop: Presenters will need to register at the registration desk when they first arrive at the workshop to collect their name badge and other related materials. From there you will be directed to the responsible person for displaying your poster.

Poster setup

The location of the poster boards will be mentioned at the registration desk. Each poster board will contain a number for identification purposes. Please ensure that your poster is displayed on the correct poster board. Do not place your poster in an alternate location. Push pins and other materials for mounting your poster will be provided. All presenting authors are invited to be near their posters during the poster sessions.

Poster setup/removal times

Posters can be set up from Tuesday 4 June 2013 (between 4 pm - 6 pm). They must be removed by Friday, 7 June at 12 am. Any posters remaining after this time may be disposed of by the venue.

Preparation of hard-copy posters

The poster should be a visual presentation of your submitted abstract.

Posters should meet the following criteria:

  • TITLE: The title should be the same as in the final abstract.
  • CONTACT INFORMATION: Name, complete mailing address, telephone number, e-mail address should appear on the poster.
  • SIZE: The poster must be no larger than portrait A0 (width 841 mm x height 1189 mm / 33.11 in x 46.81 in).
  • LANGUAGE: Please note that the official workshop language is English. All posters must be displayed in English.