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Poster submission

Conference participants are invited to submit a poster showcasing how their research could contribute to Net-Zero Carbon.

The best poster will receive a prize of £150, and the runner-up £100.

The hard copies of the posters will be printed by the C-DICE and displayed at the conference venue during the conference. All posters will be also added to a virtual gallery on the C-DICE website.

Those submitting posters need to register and attend for the conference for their poster to be considered for a prize.

Submission process

Step 1

Book on ‘NZF 22 – Poster submission’ activity on Inkpath.

Step 2

Access the link to the poster template available under ‘Actions’ – ‘Info page’.

Step 3

Download a copy of the poster template.

Step 4

Update the poster template with your name, the title, relevant content, university or organisation logo. Please note that Twitter, website, LinkedIn and email information is optional.

Step 5

Send your Power Point poster to with ‘Net-Zero Futures 2022 conference – poster submission’ in the Subject line from your university email address.

Submission deadline: Tuesday 6 September, 5pm. You will be notified if your poster is accepted by Friday 9 September.

Tips for creating an academic poster

  • Be clear: ensure you clearly present the rationale of your research.
  • Have visual impact: graphics can show key results and grab the reader’s attention. Do not forget that the selected images must be relevant.
  • Know your audience: ensure that your poster is accessible also to a non-specialist academic audience.
  • Keep it simple: make a few points clearly and avoid long paragraphs.
  • Highlight the interdisciplinary character of your work.