Poster submissions

 

Instructions for poster presentation

 

Poster size: 90cm x 120cm in portrait format.

 

Poster session:

Wednesday, November 16th
Phylogeny and Evolution
Proteins and Proteomics 
RNA and Transcriptomics

Thursday, November 17th
Genes and Genomics
Software Development and Databases
Systems Biology and Networks 

 

Poster numbers: TBA

 

Poster contact email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

Poster Presentation Support Material for Beginners

 

Dear Poster authors,

It came to our attention that this is the first time many of you will prepare a poster for a conference and we decided to compile a short list of references that may be of interest for beginners.

The opinions on these references are not necessarily shared by the Poster Chairs, nor are official guidelines to the conference (i.e. you do not have to follow any of these advice). Nevertheless, it should be an interesting starting point, specially for those of you who never presented a poster before.

Feedback is most appreciated!

Poster Presentations - Designing Effective Posters

Effective Poster Presentations

Poster Presentation Guidelines

Ten Simple Rules for a Good Poster Presentation

 

Conference logo is available for download here and AB3C logo is available here.

 

Instructions for abstract submission

 

The X-Meeting 2016 invites you to submit your work to our event!

 

Download the instructions for poster abstracts here.

 

Use one of the templates below to create your abstract: DOC, ODT, PDF, TEX (if you cannot download a file, send a request via email).

 

 

Poster Session Chair: Nicole Scherer (INCA)

Poster Session Co-Chair: Mainá Bitar (UFMG)

  

Instructions for Abstract Submission:

- Abstracts must be in English.

- Abstracts must have between 250 and 400 words.

- All authors, affiliations and funding support need to be declared.

- Do not include figures, tables or references.

- Do not divide your abstract in sections.

- A brief description of preliminary results in the abstract is encouraged.

- A maximum of two posters is allowed per presenting author.

- Abstracts must describe scientific data and advertisement material will not be accepted.

 

Authors should select the area which best relates to their work between the following options:

(1) Genes and Genomics;

(2) RNA and Transcriptomics;

(3) Proteins and Proteomics;

(4) Systems Biology and Networks;

(5) Software Development and Databases;

(6) Phylogeny and Evolution.