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|Poster Information and Guidelines|
The Organizing Committee invites proposals for poster presentations. The abstracts will be published in the Conference Booklet. All submissions MUST be formatted according to the style guidelines below. It is recommended that you prepare your submission in a separate document and then cut and paste the information into the poster presentation application form. Please read through the following instructions carefully.
Published poster descriptions will include separate lines for Presenter, Co-Presenters and Authors. All presenters and co-presenters must be registered for the update portion of the conference and present for the assigned poster session.
How to Submit your Poster Presentation Abstract
Make sure you read through the Presenter Policies, Conflict of Interest Policy, and the Sponsored Posters/Workshops Policy on the HAPS website to ensure you understand what to submit your poster presentation abstract. All are linked in the "More in this section" drop down menu above.
Step 2: Prepare your abstract for submission.
Your abstract submission must include the full title, author names, affiliation(s) and abstract text and conform to the word limit. Do not submit tables and figures with your abstract submission. Do not use headings such as "Methods” or "Conclusions” in your submission.
Presenter Information: Presenter 1 is the name of the individual whose name appears first on the abstract and who will be presenting (or co-presenting) the poster. You will be required to include the institution, city, state/province, zip/postal code, country and email address for all presenters. Presenter 1 is the point of contact with HAPS.
Step 3: Submit your application online.
After you have reviewed and proofread your abstract, use the link in the conference registration page to complete the Poster Presentation Abstract Submission form.
After Submitting Your Poster Proposal
5/24/2017 » 5/28/2017
HAPS 31st Annual Conference 2017