A conference becomes environmentally friendly. Both the monetary cost and the environmental burden associated with printing, carrying in tubes and hanging tens, hundreds or even thousands of posters is avoided.
For the Poster Author
Poster creation and submission becomes easier than ever and takes just a few seconds to minutes.
No need for the author to print, carry and pin his poster on conventional boards in the conference hall.
Every author’s poster is searchable on-site and online before and after the event by their last name, affiliation, poster title and keywords.
Experience scientifically complex elaborations paperless on our high-tech stations.
No matter how many posters – each and every poster is available on all stations at all the time.
Modern and individual programming allows great flexibility: sending requests or questions is possible
Submit your ePoster with a high resolution and benefit from the 400% zoom – regardless of portrait or landscape format.
Corrections in real-time
Make last-minute changes to your poster even during the event.
Reduze the space for your poster exhibition to a minimum and benefit from the small floor space of under 2sqm needed for ePoster stations.
Makes the life of your poster presenters easier.
And the experience of your attendees better.
Compatible with any screen, computer or device,
offering unparalleled flexibility for the on-site setup.
No effort or stress for your meeting management staff.
And a joy for the association.
No extra cost compared to the printed posters,
thanks to the built-in financial options.
Takes your poster program to a whole new level,
with advanced interaction and statistics.
Preserves the results and findings of your Congress,
turning it into a point of reference.
Our stations have accompanied many events in the last 6 years.
Here are the latest.
11th International Symposium on Pneumococci and Pneumococcal Diseases (ISPPD 2018) - Melbourne, Australia
• 6 guided sessions
• 14 topics • 567 posters • 3 stations
European Scientific Conference on Applied Infectious Disease Epidemiology (ESCAIDE 2018) - Saint Julian's, Malta