Half-day poster presentations will take place in the Poster Area of the Exhibition Hall from Sunday through Wednesday, 12-15 July 2020.

The poster sessions attract high attendance and foster discussions and debates of important scientific questions relevant to neuroscience. It is noteworthy that during FENS Forum 2018, authors of close to 4,400 posters got exposure and gained international recognition for their work.

Printed poster scheduling:
Presenters will be requested to be in attendance at their poster for discussion, as per the schedule below. Individual poster scheduling will be sent in May 2020.

S​​​unday, 12 July – Tuesday, 14 July 
09:30 – 13:00Morning poster session
11:30 – 13:00All authors of morning posters in attendance
13:00 – 14:00Poster switch period
14:00 – 17:30Afternoon poster session
14:00 – 15:30All authors of afternoon posters in attendance
Wednesday, 15 July
09:30 – 13:00Morning poster session
11:30 – 13:00​All authors of morning posters in attendance

Mounting and dismantling instructions:
Poster boards are 194 cm wide and 92 cm high (landscape format).
Printed posters should be A0 size in landscape orientation. Alternatively, A1 size is acceptable.

SizeHeight x Width (mm)Height x Width (in)
A0841 x 1189 mm33.1 x 46.8 in
A1594 x 841 mm23.4 x 33.1 in

Posters can be affixed by double-sided adhesive tape, available near your poster board.

Posters should be mounted at 8:00 am for morning presentations and between 13:00 till 14:00 pm for afternoon presentations.

During the mounting periods, assistance may be obtained from the Poster Assistance desk, where adhesive tape will be available.

Removal: Material from the morning sessions must be removed imperatively at 13:00. At 13:05 this will be announced centrally. Please respect this quick removal so that the afternoon poster presenters may mount their material. Material from the afternoon sessions must be removed after 17:30, and in any case before leaving the Forum venue​.


E-poster opportunity for poster presenters:
This is your opportunity to increase the visibility of your research by submitting a digital poster in addition to your printed poster. All posters will also be submitted as e-posters and be available for all to view through the Forum app. Each accepted poster presenter will receive a dedicated link and instructions on how to upload their e-poster during April 2020. The deadline to upload e-posters is 7 July 2020.


Photographing posters:
If you are a poster presenter and you do not want the audience to take photos of your poster indications please take a ‘no photography’ sticker to put on your printed poster from the Poster Helpdesk.
Should you wish to include the sticker as an integrated graphic on your printed poster please click here to download the sticker.