Submit your abstract for the Poster Conference


Open for Abstract Submission: March 7, 2022
Closing Date for Submissions: June 15, 2022. Closed.
Acceptance Notification: August 15, 2022

Steps in the submission process:

  • Read the instructions for authors below
  • Write your abstract
  • Submit your abstract
  • Notification of acceptance
  • Create your poster and bring it to the conference

If you have any problems with the submission tool, please contact TM Event

Guidelines for authors


Please note the following criterias for abstracts:

Preparing and formatting an abstract

  • Abstract text: Max. 250 words
  • Structure of the abstract
    – Title
    – Authors and Affiliations
    – Abstract text (max 250 words) which should include an introduction/purpose, methods, results and conclusions. Do not use subheadings.
  • Results must be the work of authors listed
  • The conference language is English, and all abstracts must be submitted in English.
  • No references, tables or graphics should be included in the abstract.
  • It is the responsibility of the author to ensure abstract text does not contain any typos or grammatical errors.
  • No changes can be made after the abstract deadline has passed.
  • Abstracts can only be submitted online using the form for abstract submission. In the form you submit your abstract as pdf- or word-file (max 5 MB).

Submitting abstracts

  • Abstract submitters must provide a title and list names and affiliations of all authors.
  • Please note that the submitting author will be registered automatically as the first author.

Reviewing of submitted abstracts

All the abstracts submitted will be reviewed by a group of senior researchers and be accepted or rejected. Notification of acceptance will be sent out by August 15, 2022.

If you have any questions regarding abstract submission, please send an email to Ebba Perman.


Format specifications

  • The poster size should be of portrait format (width 700 mm and height 1000 mm). Our poster boards cannot accommodate larger posters, or posters in landscape format.
  • We kindly ask you NOT to laminate your poster with plastic. Laminated posters tend to curl and are difficult to affix to the boards.
  • Your poster title and author information should be positioned at the top-center of the poster. Font size for the title should be at least 70 points, for author information at least 30 points. Use all capital letters for the title.
  • Text should be readable from 1.50 meters distance. Use a minimum font size of 24 points.
  • Add key references to the paper, but do not exaggerate. References should be formatted according to the guidelines in the paper submission guidelines.

Some notes to consider when designing the poster

Keep in mind that a poster is a graphical approach to presenting research.

  • Use text to (a) introduce the study: What hypothesis was tested or what problem was investigated? Why was the study worth doing?, (b) explain visuals and direct viewer attention to relevant data and relationships portrayed in the visuals, and (c) state and explain the interpretations that follow from the data. In many cases, conclusions can be summarized in a bullet-point list.
  • Limit the text to one fourth of the poster space, and mainly rely on “visuals” (graphs, photographs, flowcharts, etc.) to tell your “story”.
  • Make it obvious to the viewer how to navigate the poster. The poster generally should read from left to right, and top to bottom. Numbering individual panels or connecting them with arrows are possible “guidance systems”.
  • Leave some open space in the design. An open layout is less tiring to the eye and mind. Use color to enhance comprehension, not to decorate the poster.
  • Visuals should be easy to understand and not contain unnecessary details. To present numerical data in graphical form is preferable but if data must be presented in table form, keep it simple. Make sure that any visual can “stand alone” (i.e., graphs have a brief title, axes are properly labeled, symbols are explained, etc.).

If you have any remaining questions about poster presentations, please contact Ebba Perman.

Posters – mounting and dismounting

The posters should be mounted on Tuesday 4th of October before 10.30 hrs and dismounted on Wednesday 5th of October after 15.30 hrs. Poster boards are numbered. Mount the poster where your corresponding poster number is listed. The posters can be attached to the poster panel with pins (or similar) supplied by the organizers at the poster conference venue.

All posters must be removed in the end of conference day 2 (5th of October). Any posters still hanging after 18.00 hrs, Wednesday 5th of October, will be removed and disposed of by the conference organizers.