Dynamic Posters at Neuroscience 2015
Use the online Neuroscience Meeting Planner (NMP) to see the abstracts that are scheduled to be presented as dynamic posters.
- After opening the NMP, select "Advanced Search".
- Select "Dynamic Poster" in the session type drop down.
- Use the radio buttons at the top of the screen to display your results by session or by presentation.
- Select the "Search" button to see the dynamic posters that will be presented during Neuroscience 2015.
What are Dynamic Posters?
- Dynamic posters are an electronic, multimedia version of a paper poster.
- Uses a flat-screen display and incorporates content such as videos, slides, or animated charts or graphs into abstract presentations.
- Designed for face-to-face interaction between viewer and presenter while allowing for casual viewing as well.
- View a dynamic poster concept video to further explore this presentation format.
How to Become a Dynamic Poster Presenter
- Indicate your interest during abstract submission on the Special Requests page.
- Abstracts selected for dynamic poster presentation will be notified in late-June.
- Dynamic poster presenters will be charged a nominal fee to utilize the presentation format. The fee for dynamic posters is similar to that of producing a paper poster and would only be offsetting costs to SfN.
- Abstracts selected for dynamic poster presentation will only be assigned to present a dynamic poster. They will not be assigned to give a traditional poster presentation. Abstracts not chosen as a dynamic poster will be placed in a traditional poster session.
SfN is committed to bringing the annual meeting into the digital age and exploring new technologies. This goal is challenged by the size of the annual meeting scientific program: SfN hosts nearly 15,000 abstract presentations at the annual meeting. The dynamic poster experiment at Neuroscience 2015 will allow SfN to continue to test available technologies and applications, explore attendee interest, and determine the challenges presenters and logistical staff may encounter.