Posters are a good way of communicating about your research. They are particularly effective for presentations communicating quantitative data, but can be used for a variety of reasons. A poster may be an independent presentation, it may be an addition to your paper and it can be an alternative to an oral presentation.
- – Size A1 (841 Χ 594 mm along the vertical axis).
- – Include information personal information/affiliation, and contact details.
- – Posters should be manned/presented during the time slot reserved within the session.
- – Posters should be printed by participants.
- – The posters must be exhibited in paper format by the authors in Granada.
- – Posters should be displayed in a room set up during the congress.
- – Posters can be sent by ordinary mail to the address:
- – Alberto García Porras, Departamento de Historia Medieval y Ciencias y Técnicas Historiográficas, Facultad de Filosofía y Letras. C/. Profesor Clavera s/n., Campus “La Cartuja”, C.P. 18071, Granada (Spain).
- – The deadline for the arrival of the posters by ordinary mail is 5 November.
- Poster on-line (optional):
- – To facilitate the exchange of information and the consultation of all the posters by the participants, it is recommended that the poster be sent in pdf.
- – This option does not replace the printing on paper and presentation of the poster in Granada during the congress.
- – Please upload a pdf file (max. 12 MB) via the submission system: https://forms.gle/YHpU35qA6jD5vVR86
- – The poster will be available as a preview with a link to the pdf.
- – The deadline for uploading the posters is 5 November.