How to read a presentation number

How to read your presentation numberThe first digit of presentation numbers indicates the date and the last digit represents the assigned time of each poster presentation.

Poster presenters given an odd number should be at their poster from 16:00–17:00 (9:00–10:00 or 15:30–16:30 on September 30) and those with an even number from 17:00–18:00 (10:00–11:00 or 16:30–17:30 on September 30). 
e.g.) 3P-1a001
The 3rd day (September 30), Poster Hall I, Poster No. 001, Presentation Time: 9:00–10:00

NOTE: There will be four poster sessions (one each on September 28 & 29 and two on September 30).
Posters must be hung in advance and remain in place during the display hours. All poster boards must be cleared in preparation for the next session, so presenters must remove their poster immediately after the end of their session.
  • Dates: September 28–30, 2016
  • Place:
    Poster Hall I  Toyama International Conference Center 2F
    Poster Hall II  ANA Crowne Plaza Toyama 3F AUSUKA
  • Display Hours:
    September 28 & 29: 10:00–18:00
    September 30:
     ♦ Morning session: from 18:15 on September 29 to 11:00 on September 30
     ♦ Afternoon session: 11:15–17:30 on September 30
  • Presentation Times (for discussion):
    [For presenters given an odd number]
    September 28 & 29: 16:00–17:00
    September 30: 9:00–10:00 or 15:30–16:30
    [For presenters given an even number]
    September 28 & 29: 17:00–18:00
    September 30: 10:00–11:00 or 16:30–17:30

⇒Classifications and Poster numbers

Guidelines for Poster Presenters

  • Avoid red-green combination on your poster––members of your audience may be red/green colorblind.
  • The size of the POSTER BOARD is 1200 mm wide and 2100 mm high (from top to the floor).
    We recommend a poster size of A0 (841 x 1189 mm) as this will fit within the poster board.
  • Titles, figures and tables should be written in English.