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ICORR 2005
IEEE 9th International Conference on Rehabilitation Robotics
Frontiers of the Human-Machine Interface
June 28 - July 1, 2005
Chicago,  Illinois


Instructions for Poster Presenters

 

Poster Sessions Located in Conference Rooms B, C, & D:*

Session 1-Wednesday, June, 29, 2005 1:00 pm - 2:30 pm

Session 2-Thursday, June 30, 2005 1:00 pm - 2:30 pm

 

The scientific poster presentation provides a forum for one-to-one, in-depth discussions of the objectives, methods, results, and conclusions of a specific study.  Narrative and visual material such as photographs, charts, and diagrams may be used.  The presenting author must be present at the specified time to discuss the display with interested participants. The conference organizers have gone to great lengths to assure that posters get as much visibility as possible. Conference attendees will be able to browse posters at nearly all times of the conference.

 

Identification

Prior to the conference, check this website to determine your session date and poster location: ICORR 2005 Program At A Glance.  At the conference poster locations will be indicated on display boards using the poster session and paper numbers. Poster boards will be numbered in the upper left-hand corner.

 

Size and Template

Posters can occupy up to 94 inches wide by 48 inches tall. Pushpins will be provided. If you have access to a large drafting printer, you can follow this link to download a template for poster.  One rectangular poster board 48 inches (121 cm) high and 94 inches (238 cm) wide will be provided.  Your poster may not exceed these dimensions.  Each poster will have a board to itself. Posters should be mounted using push pins. Push pins will be provided. Please DO NOT WRITE, PAINT OR USE GLUE on the poster board. 

 

Questions and Contact

Other questions at the conference can be directed to Anthony DiMaio. Please reference ICORR 2005 when contacting Anthony at 312-238-1316 or adimaio@ric.org.

 

Set-Up/Take Down

Posters should be set up for the presenter's specified day, Wednesday, June 29th or Thursday, June 30th.  Please follow these instructions:

If your Poster(s) is in Poster Session 1: Wednesday:

  • Early set up will be available at 4pm on Tuesday afternoon.

  • Setup must take place by no later than Noon on Wednesday.

  • Author(s) should be present at your poster from 1:00-2:30pm on your Session Day.

  • Take down your poster before the buses leave for the Gala Dinner (approx. 6pm).

If your Poster(s) is in Poster Session 2: Thursday:

  • Early set up is available at 7:30am on Thursday morning.

  • Setup must take place by no later than Noon on Thursday.

  • Author(s) should be present at your poster from 1:00-2:30pm on your Session Day.

  • Take down your poster before the conference concludes on Friday (approx. 2pm).

Posters not taken down by their final take-down time  will be collected by the conference organizers and discarded later if not claimed.

 

Content/Graphics

If you have access to a large drafting printer, we recommend using PowerPoint to create your poster. A template is available at template for poster.

 

A heading for the top of the poster should be prepared indicating: 1. Title, the same as that of the abstract submitted, 2. Author(s), and 3. Institutional affiliation of the author(s).  The main heading font should be at least 25cm.

 

The poster should be legible from a 2-meter distance away from the poster. To ensure this, all texts for content and figures should be no less than 5 cm high. Subheadings should be 10mm high.  All figures should be clear and well annotated. Figure headings should also be legible from a 2-meter distance away from the poster.

 

NOTE:

Tables and other articles that may block traffic in front of poster boards are not permitted without special permission by the conference organizers.

 

For questions or concerns related to poster presentations, please contact:

Anthony J. DiMaio

+01 312-238-1316

+01 312-238-7624 FAX

adimaio@ric.org

*ICORR 2005 is being held at the Northwestern Memorial Hospital's Feinberg Pavilion Conference Center located on the third floor of 251 E Huron, Chicago, IL 60611.


Hosted by:
Sensory Motor Performance Program (SMPP)
at the Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago (RIC)
and Northwestern University
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