Poster presenters will interact with conference participants in two ways:
Instructions on preparing your poster presentation and publishing your poster PDF are below.
|Abstracts due||20 July 2022|
|Authors notified and program posts online||10 October 2022|
|Submission system opens for manuscripts and poster PDFs*||28 November 2022|
|Post-deadline abstracts due: Submit via conference listings||12 December 2022|
|Poster PDFs due for spie.org preview and publication||4 January 2023|
|Manuscripts due||11 January 2023|
|Advance upload deadline for oral presentation slides**||26 January 2023|
*Contact author or speaker must register prior to uploading
**After this date slides must be uploaded onsite at Speaker Check-in
Create and print your poster
The most successful posters are graphically rich presentations of your research that highlight and summarize the main points, with the poster presenter filling in the details in person at the session. The least effective poster format is an enlarged copy of your manuscript.
Your poster should include:
Size, fonts, and color
Print a high-resolution copy of your poster to present onsite (size must not exceed 44" x 44" [112 cm x 112 cm])
Create and submit your poster PDF
Poster presentations can be created in a number of software applications but must be exported to PDF format to submit for publication in the conference proceedings in the SPIE Digital Library. The PDF file size must be less than 100 MB. Avoid uploading multiple versions of your poster PDF. When you finish creating your PDF, check the following:
Submit your poster PDF
Your poster PDF must be received by the deadline, approximately 3 weeks before the meeting. After the submission system opens for presentations and manuscripts, using any web browser, visit https://spie.org/myaccount and sign into your account.
NOTE: The contact author or speaker must be registered before uploading. Only the contact author can submit the poster PDF. The contact author can assign a coauthor as the contact author via the submission system or by sending a request to firstname.lastname@example.org (include your paper number in the message).
Set up your poster in person
Present your poster in person
Publication of your poster