Research posters summarize information or research concisely and attractively to help publicize it and generate discussion.
A scientific poster is a large document that can communicate your research at a scientific meeting, and is composed of a short title, an introduction to your burning question, an overview of your trendy experimental approach, your amazing results, some insightful discussion of aforementioned results, a listing of previously published articles that are important to your research, and some brief acknowledgement of the tremendous assistance and financial support conned from others—if all text is kept to a minimum, a person could fully read your poster in under 10 minutes.
is to give you experience in creating and "performing" poster presentations, an important form of communication at academic conferences.
Bringing a hard copy is a nice idea, but what is crucial to bring is your "marketing" version of the poster itself.
Posters are widely used in the academic community, and most conferences include poster presentations in their program.
One day ahead of their graduation from the Executive MPA programme, students participated in an exhibition of posters featuring their thesis projects.
Christine Reh, Dean of Graduate Programmes, opened the poster exhibition and congratulated the winners.
These are judged by School academics, with the best posters then presented at the annual Thesis Poster Reception.
The top ten posters each year are displayed in the School’s meeting room, G3, for the duration of the next year.
" or "Tell me about your work." This answer should include a statement of the topic, why it's significant, your research question, brief explanation of your methodology, most important results, and implications/applications of your work.
This is the question your instructor will ask (that's me! I highly recommend that you prepare this answer and be fairly comfortable delivering it, though of course, it will sound "natural and spontaneous" when you actually deliver it! : To a real poster session, you should bring 2-3 hard copies of your actual paper (the larger the conference, the larger the number of copies), assuming a paper has been written.