Posters and Demos
As in previous INCF Neuroinformatics Congresses, there will be substantial emphasis on poster and computer demo presentations. Abstract submission was open February 4 - April 27, 2011. Abstract submitters have been notified of the review result.
The Neuroinformatics 2011 Congress poster and demo sessions are between 13:30 and 15:30 on the first two Congress days (Sunday September 4 and Monday September 5). A small subset of excellent abstracts has been selected for oral spotlight presentations.
On-site registration will be open 2-6 PM on Saturday September 3 and from 8 AM on Sunday September 4. Posters can be mounted from 8 AM on September 4. All posters and demos should remain mounted for the full meeting. Posters need to be dismounted before 7 PM on Tuesday, September 6. Accepted abstracts will be published online with Frontiers in Neuroscience and will receive a DOI (Digital Object Identifier).
Each poster is issued an ID number between P001 and P130 and stays up for the full meeting. Presenters of posters with odd ID numbers are expected to be present by their poster on the first session (September 4), whereas presenters of posters with even ID numbers are asked to attend their posters during the second session (September 5).
Each poster can use 4 by 4 ft (121 cm x 121 cm) and will share a poster board that is 8 ft wide and 4 ft high with a second poster. Pins will be provided. Please note that posters not removed by 7 PM on Tuesday, September 6 will be discarded.
Live computer demos offer an opportunity to contributions that would benefit from being demonstrated live rather than by a regular poster presentation.
Each demo station consists of a cafe table, 3-4 chairs, a poster board, internet access (wireless) and electric outlet. The demo station poster boards are 2 ft (60 cm) horizontal by 3 ft (90 cm) vertical and pins will be provided. Please note that posters not removed by 7 PM on Tuesday, September 6 will be discarded. Presenters are expected to
bring their own computer and screen (i.e. usually laptop).
Pictures from the Poster and Demo session of Neuroinformatics 2010 in Kobe.