5-10 September 2021
Online
Europe/Lisbon timezone

Poster sessions

The poster sessions and social interactions of the Particles and Nuclei International Conference 2021 will be held in the web-conferencing space Gather.town, and the posters will be displayed in virtual poster rooms.

Presenters should provide three poster files (see details below), so the organizers can add the poster to a designated poster board in the virtual poster room prior to the event. During the poster sessions, authors will be able to present their poster to participants in the corresponding poster space. Please be aware that the poster will be presented to fit a screen (16:9). This means that landscape is the most suitable format. However, posters in portrait format will also fit well as the poster stands allow scrolling for both presenters and visitors.

For a better experience in the virtual world, an optional pre-recorded 3-minute video presentation may accompany the poster. One can use a zoom recording function to make the video. 

Instructions for poster files submission

The following files should be uploaded in Indico by the presenters up to August 25th:

  1. Main document (please provide it in as high quality as possible)
    • .jpg format is the only file type that may be used
    • Minimum width of the poster is 1000px (26.46 cm)
    • Minimum height of the poster is 600px (15.88 cm)
    • Maximum file size is 3 MB
    • No transparent background
  2. Preview document
    • A copy of the main document that has been made smaller
    • .jpg format is the only file type that may be used
    • Recommended dimensions (height and width) are half of the main file
  3. Pdf file
    • A high quality pdf file
  4. (optional) A 3 min video presentation of the poster
    • .mp4 format is the only file type that may be used

All poster presenters may rehearse and get accustomed with the Gather.town environment and poster rooms prior to the poster sessions - goto Gather.town.

Prizes

The best posters in Nuclear Physics and in Particle Physics will be awarded two prizes kindly offered by NuPECC, the Nuclear Physics European Collaboration Committee.

The best poster in the Instrumentation domain will be awarded a prize kindly offered by MDPI - Instruments, the peer-reviewed, open access journal of scientific instrumentation and its related methods and theory.

The best poster authored by a PhD student will be awarded a prize kindly offered by the EPS - European Physical Society.

The winners will have the opportunity to present their posters in shorts presentations in one of the plenary sessions.

 

All poster presenters are invited to submit a proceeding.