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    International Symposium organized by the Students of the Graduate School of Life Sciences

    Poster Session

    Like in past years, all PhD students will have the opportunity to present their recent data as a poster during the symposium. Poster presentation is a unique chance to discuss your data with fellow PhD students and renowned researchers from different research fields.

     Poster Guidelines

    - The registration for posters is closed now. Thank you for all incoming registrations!

    - Please prepare a short presentation (not more than 5 min) in which you briefly summarize the background of your project and specific methods, and highlight the key findings of your work.

    - Your poster presentation will be evaluated by a PI/PostDoc team consisting of scientists with a different background in biology than your topic. Therefore, the presentation should be prepared for a broader scientific audience. The poster and presentation should be in English.

    - You will have to present the posters in small Zoom-rooms.

    - The posters will be uploaded on our virtual poster session platform where you can also find the links to all sessions. 

    - The link to the poster platform will  and information about your session number will be provided soon.

    - Since the Eureka will be virtual this year please prepare a PDF of your poster that you can present via shared screen to the audience.

    - The best posters of each day will compete in a small session for winning two sessions awards each day. 

    - Poster dimensions required: A0 (84,1 cm width × 118,9 cm height) (portrait!).

    - We will check your attendence during the whole Eureka! Attendence during the whole Eureka is mandatory for receiving your certificate!

    - During the poster session, your poster will be evaluated by a PI/PostDoc team. To this end you will have 5 minutes in which you need to briefly present your poster. The best-scored posters will compete for three awards. Please note that you will receive an active participation certificate only if you presented a poster and you attended the Eureka during both days.

    The best-scored posters will compete for the top four spots and win attractive prizes!