Poster Presentation Guidelines - In-Person

At the meeting venue - The LOC is preparing to make standard poster boards available at the venue. Please bring along a physical poster (A0 size, portrait format) which you can put up at the poster display hall. The meeting schedule is really crowded and the lunch and tea break slots also serve as the slots for poster viewing. We request you to be near your posters for some of this time so that you can interact with the people interested in your work.

Printed poster format - Please limit your posters to A0 size portrait mode. Place the title of your paper and your name prominently at the top of the poster board to allow viewers to identify your paper. Highlight the authors’ names and contact information in case the viewer is interested in more information. Prepare text and figures such that they are sufficient to be read at a distance of 2 meters. Paragraph and figure captions should be at least in a 24-point font (0.9 cm height) and headers at least in a 36-point font (1.2 cm height).

Since we have very large numbers of posters for presentation this year, the posters display will be in two batches. The first batch will display the posters for first 1.5 days and the second batch will display them for the next 1.5 days. The schedule of poster display is as follows.

1.  Feb 1 (Full day) to Feb 2 forenoon (Upto 12:00 pm) 
     i. Stars, Interstellar Medium, and Astrochemistry in Milky Way 
    ii. High Energy Phenomena, Fundamental Physics and Astronomy 
   iii. Facilities, Technologies and Data science  

2.  Feb 2 afternoon (from 1:00 pm onwards) to Feb 3 (full day) 
     i. Sun, Solar System, Exoplanets, and Astrobiology 
    ii. Galaxies and Cosmology 
   iii. Education, Outreach and Heritage  

Each poster board will have the Participant's name and Poster ID as given in the list of posters. All the poster presenters are requested to put up their poster as per the details mentioned on the poster board.