The poster session provides the opportunity to present your research to experts, fellow PhD students and company representatives. Depending on your subject, you will present you work during the week to the host companies of interest.

Posters will be displayed on individual poster boards during the first day. Be prepared to introduce your research to the audience in a short one-minute “pitch” talk. There will be an introduction to presentation techniques where you get the opportunity for feed-back.

You will need to design a poster that is A1 portrait (594 mm width x 841 mm height) in colour. Your poster should be created in either PowerPoint or PDF format.

Printing your poster

We will print your poster free of charge if you send us an electronic copy (PowerPoint or PDF format) by email to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Examples of posters

For further information please contact:
Elisabeth Dahlstedt
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