Poster presentation

Information

At the symposium, people whose poster is accepted, can present a poster at a poster presentation. Those people may also want to submit a paper version of their poster for publication in the symposium proceedings.

The poster will be assessed to assure quality criteria, and you may receive feedback about areas where some changes are needed.

An Office PowerPoint sheet of your poster presentation will be presented at the symposium program. This may be at a plenary session to raise interest for your poster.

Key dates

Check contributions page for planning of contributions. Your PowerPoint sheet needs to be sent in at papers2017@rea-symposium.org at June 2, 2017.

Remember to register for the symposium before the  April 1, 2017 in order to receive the Early Discount!

Poster format

We welcome an informative and attractive poster on resilience engineering topics. You can use whatever format you find most effective for your poster.  A format of A0 or a combination of sheets can be attached to a special board at the poster session room.

Tips for your poster may be found at:

If you have any questions regarding submitting papers, please contact Anne-Sophie Nyssen or David Woods at papers2017@rea-symposium.org

Please note

Submitting your abstract, paper or poster does not mean free admittance to the symposium. Both registration and payment are still due.

By sending in an abstract or any other contribution the author:

  • Grants the copyrights to the Resilience Engineering Association and agrees upon publishing the abstract and/or paper by the Resilience Engineering Association by any means e.g. pre and post symposium proceedings and the REA-websites. Content of the publications may be downloaded and shared with others as long as the authors and publisher are mentioned and the download is linked back to the Resilience Engineering Association and the authors. It is not allowed to change any part of the publication or use the download and copies commercially.
  • Declares that content, graphs and pictures used in his abstract/paper/poster are free of copyright.