Poster Display Information
Poster presentations will play a key role in the success of
the SRCSSC. Much time will be dedicated for viewing posters
so that scientists and managers can interact and use these
opportunities to share details of their work, successes and
lessons learned. Submit your abstract today in order to take
part in this collaborative exchange.
Posters selected from abstract
submissions will be displayed during a formal poster
session and reception with authors available for
Poster boards will be 5 feet high
x 6 feet wide. The actual poster display area is 4’10”
high x 5’10” wide. Allow a 4” x 4” space for a poster
number in the upper left-hand corner of your poster.
Each poster will be assigned a number in advance so that
you will know where to place your poster.
Poster boards will be
Posters must be presented using
the poster boards provided by the Conference. The poster
boards are contiguous, and presenters may not use their
own self-contained displays. Due to space constrictions,
no tables will be provided.
Poster boards are covered with
fabric, and posters can be affixed using either Velcro
or ¾” long push pins. Tape is not permitted. A limited
supply of Velcro tape will be available for your use
during mounting, but we recommend you bring a supply
with you. Multiple strips two inches in length work
mid-day and afternoon refreshments will be served in the
poster session room each day. In addition, there will be
a formal poster session reception on Wednesday evening.
Monday, July 14,
or Tuesday, July 15, 7:30-8:30am*
(Presenters to be stationed at posters from
*If you are unable to set-up your poster display
Monday, July 14th, you will be able to set-up
your display Tuesday, July 15th before sessions
**Poster display boards will be dismantled and
removed by the vendor on Thursday, so please
remove your poster as soon as possible Thursday
afternoon. If not, the conference organizers are
not responsible for lost or damaged posters
removed by the display board vendor. Posters
left behind will be discarded.
SPECIAL NOTE: For
authors presenting multiple posters, we make every attempt
to position your posters within close proximity of each