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Poster Presentations. This is A Presentation about Presentations A Power Point about a Power Points A Talk about Talks A boring speech about how not to be boring. Poster Session for all: SULI, NUF, ACTS, PST, NPT, STP, FaST , CCI, HSI, and SOS. Deadlines: - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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  • Poster PresentationsThis is A Presentation about PresentationsA Power Point about a Power PointsA Talk about TalksA boring speech about how not to be boring

  • Poster Session for all: SULI, NUF, ACTS, PST, NPT, STP, FaST, CCI, HSI, and SOS Deadlines: Monday, March 14 asking me to print your poster Wednesday, March 16 print your own poster Invite your mentors!

  • What is a poster?A picture book science paper for people who prefer to stand!Say it in pictures: Flow charts to explain experiment design and methodsPhotos for setups, apparatus, design, resultsGraphs to show relationships, results, modelsGraphics for computer modelsExplain in big letters and simple wordsUse color and pictures to attract attention and to bring people closer

  • What NOT to do:Wait until the last minute and thumb tack a print out of the final paperWork hard to create a Van Gogh then hold up the printer until it runs out of ink

  • What to do?Plan your research report: What have you done? really!How?What has been done previously? (Introduction)Write an outline: Connect Ideas! Prepare all figures Expand the outline: add explanationsTransfer all your work to the poster

  • Setup in Power Point for making a one-page (one-slide) poster

  • Slide LayoutThe next few slides show examples of layout. Feel free to use and/or modify any of these examples

  • Title of Poster in Arial, Bold, 80-96 Points: Size Dependent on LengthAcknowledgments (Arial, 40)Acknowledgments in Arial, 32 points, bold--try to keep to one or two lines,Names of Authors in Arial, 60 Points, BoldHeading 1, Arial, 54 points, boldText in Arial, 40 points, Bold. Text in Arial, 40 points, Bold. Text in Arial, 40 points, Bold. Text in Arial, 40 points, Bold. Heading 3, Arial, 54 points, boldText in Arial, 40 points, Bold. Text in Arial, 40 points, Bold. Text in Arial, 40 points, Bold. Text in Arial, 40 points, Bold. Text in Arial, 40 points, Bold. Figure 2. Caption in Arial, 36 points, bold. Figure 1. Caption in Arial, 36 points, bold. Lab LogoKey Image 1Key Image 2Figure 3. Caption in Arial, 36 points, bold. Key Image 3Figure 4. Caption in Arial, 36 points, bold. Key Image 4Heading 4, Arial, 54 points, boldText in Arial, 40 points, Bold. Text in Arial, 40 points, Bold. Text in Arial, 40 points, Bold. Figure 5. Caption in Arial, 36 points, bold. Key Image 5Heading 5, Arial, 54 points, boldText in Arial, 40 points, Bold. Text in Arial, 40 points, Bold. References (Arial, 40 points, bold)First reference in Arial, 32 points, bold, with a reverse indent: alphabetical or numerical order.Second reference in Arial, 32 points, bold, with a reverse indent: alphabetical or numerical order.Heading 2, Arial, 54 points, boldText in Arial, 40 points, Bold. Text in Arial, 40 points, Bold. Text in Arial, 40 points, Bold. Institution Logo

  • Example 1: Social Sciences

  • How to present?You have 30 seconds to get the judges attention!DONT: give a history lesson!DO: tell most important findings firstSUMMARY FIRSTMove in diagonally through your poster Repeat and explain After 1 2 minutes:If the listener is still there you are doing wellHave a great time!

  • Example 2: Molecular Biology

  • Example 3: Plasma Physics

  • Graphical Abstract Abstract: Argon plasma sintering of inkjet printed silver tracks on polymer substrates Ingo Reinhold, Chris E. Hendriks, Rebecca Eckardt, Johannes M. Kranenburg, Jolke Perelaer, Reinhard R. Baumann and Ulrich S. Schubert An alternative and selective sintering method for the fabrication of conductive silver tracks on common polymer substrates is presented, by exposure to low-pressure argon plasma. Inkjet printing has been used to pattern a silver nanoparticle ink. This resulted in conductive features with a resistivity less than one order of magnitude higher than the bulk value of silver without affecting the polymer substrate. This process may be employed in the production of conductive features with low material usage on common polymer substrates in, for example, printed electronics. Graphical Abstract:

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