Poster Guidelines

All presenters attending the conference should bring their printed posters to the venue. The conference does not have any e-posters, therefore, there is no need to upload posters online.


Width: 90 cm

Height: 120 cm


A0 format (with similar dimensions to those mentioned above) is also suitable.

Your poster should not exceed the recommended size.

We do not suggest using heavy poster material.


The poster area will be located in the Exhibition Hall and will be open for poster mounting from Monday, 12 June, 17:00.

Posters should be set up ideally no later than the Welcome Speech (Tuesday, 13 June, from 9:15) and remain in place for the duration of the Scientific Meeting.

Each poster will be placed on one side of the board and each will be given its unique number. Please make sure to mount your poster on the poster board with the number corresponding to the number assigned to your poster (sent via e-mail).

Suitable fixing material will be available on-site.


Posters will be visible during the Scientific Meeting and presenting authors are encouraged to be present during specific poster sessions to answer possible questions from the delegates.

There will be two opportunities for a dedicated poster discussion in each discipline during the coffee breaks. Please try to be near your poster during that time (as well as other convenient times).


13 June, 10:30 – 11:00

15 June, 09:15 – 09:45


14 June, 09:20 – 09:45

15 June, 14:30 – 15:00


13 June, 15:30 – 16:00

14 June, 14:30 – 15:00



Please remove your poster on Thursday, 15 June, from 15:00 until 18:00.

The conference organisers are not responsible for any loss or damage to posters that are not removed by the specified time. Posters left behind after this time will be destroyed.


Tips for preparing your poster:

  • Content: English is the official language of the conference. The presenting authors are entirely responsible for the poster content. Use a short descriptive title, full names of contributing authors, and their affiliations.
  • Make your message clear: Highlight your AIM and CONCLUSION using bold and coloured fonts.
  • Be brief: Use bullet points and only the most relevant text. 200-300 words are more than enough for the main text.
  • Pictures and graphics: Particular attention should be paid to the resolution of pictures. As a rule of thumb, use at least 300 dpi resolution. Make use of colour and graphics. At least 3 pictures or figures are recommended to graphically show your study results.


A small committee will be viewing the best-scored posters to identify some that stand out. There are many possible ways for a poster to stand out such as content, quality, graphics, etc. Three posters (one each in Biology, Clinics, and Physics) will be chosen for a special prize and announced during the Closing Session.


Should you have any questions, do not hesitate to contact us at

PTCOG 61 Scientific Program Secretariat

On behalf of the PTCOG 61 Scientific Program Sub-Committee