1. Create your ePoster
- Number of pages (slides): one (1).
- Make sure your text and background have a large contrast (dark lettering on a light background or the reverse).
- Minimum suggested font size: 24 (20 for references).
- For embedded images prefer .jpeg or .png file formats in a resolution of 72 or 96 dpi.
- Do not use animated effects, “animations” and videos.
- Before submitting, save your poster as a PDF file. All recent versions of PowerPoint and most other software applications allow you to save your poster as a PDF file from the "File > Save as" menu. If you are unsure on how to save your poster as a PDF file, you can find more information and tutorials on our Support Center at support.scigentech.com.
2. Prepare your video presentation
The following notes will help you with the preparation of your video presentation:
- Prepare a single video file of yourself, presenting your work. Do not include the content of the poster in the video.
- The video file should be in .mp4 format.
- Note the maximum allowed video duration is 5 minutes.
- Ensure that your video protects patient anonymity and integrity.
3. Submit your ePoster and video
- Navigate to the following address on the Internet:
- Click on "Submit poster". When asked, please enter the Poster Submission Code, as shown above in the current email.
- Follow the three simple steps included in the Wizard to complete the submission of your ePoster and video file. Depending on the size of your files, and your Internet connection, the submission process may take from seconds to minutes.
4. Get your unique Poster Submission Code
For every accepted poster, there is a Poster Submission Code.
You can have the unique Poster Submission Code sent to you via email, using the button below.
5. Confirmation of Successful Submission
At the end of the ePoster Submission Process, you will receive an email confirming that your file has been successfully submitted and received.
Need to update your submitted ePoster with a new version?
If you want to update your submitted ePoster file (e.g.: in case you find you made a typo) with a newer version, you can re-submit a newer version of your ePoster over the previous, anytime until the ePoster Submission Deadline expires.