These guidelines are for people who are presenting a poster at the IFBF 2022 Summer conference. They explain what you should provide and give guidance for your content. If you have any questions, please contact us.
You are responsible for ensuring that you have the rights to the content of your poster and associated materials, and that you have not infringed the rights of others. You agree that you have the consent of any co-authors.
Posters allow you to showcase your research, products, or services. Your poster should encourage delegates to contact you and exchange ideas.
Your poster should be informative. It should cover a scientific, technical, financial, or commercial aspect of flow batteries. Although we are interested to learn about your company’s or institution’s plans and commercial ambitions, your presentation should not be used to solely advertise or promote your company or institution.
Delegates will be able to ask questions about your poster throughout the conference but there will also be a dedicated poster session. All poster presenters are required to attend the poster session.
We invite poster presenters to give a one minute speed pitch immediately before the poster session to promote their work. There is limited availability for these speed pitches and positions will be allocated at the conference. If you would like to give a speed pitch, please follow the speed pitch guidelines.
Please format your poster using either this Microsoft Word or Microsoft PowerPoint template. Posters should be A0 size in portrait format. Please create a separate pdf file to show us how you intend your poster to appear.
Please submit your poster via Oxford Abstracts. Please upload either an unlocked Microsoft Word or Microsoft PowerPoint file, and the separate pdf file.
Please submit your poster as soon as possible to allow us time to prepare the conference materials. The deadline for poster submissions is 6 June 2022.
All posters will be reviewed. If time permits, we will contact you regarding any changes or clarifications.
Please print a copy of your poster and bring it to the conference.
All the information disclosed in your poster will be in the public domain, irrespective of any caveats or protective markings on your presentation.
We will publish your poster after the conference unless you tell us otherwise.
You may also submit a paper to supplement your poster and further promote your work. Extra information may be included in your conference paper that you may not have room for in your poster.
Papers provide a record of each year’s conference and will be published in the book of IFBF Conference Papers. This book will be made available to all delegates at the conference in electronic format. Please follow the paper guidelines.