Each poster should measure 122 CM height by 92 CM (4 feet height by 3 feet length approx) (Portrait style).
No commercial activities/interests/ advertising in any form should be displayed on the posters. Non-compliance with this rule will result in the poster being removed.
Each poster should be in the following formats
Names of the authors (the name of the presenting author should be underlined)
Main text: as described for the abstracts.
Suggested font type and size : We recommend using the following font and font size:
Type of font: Arial
Title: At least 36 points.
Headings: 30 points or more.
Text: At least 24 points.
Avoid crowding of text, data and figures. Illustrations and tables should be easily readable.
All sources of financial sponsorship of the study should be stated in the poster.
Authors can give printed hand outs related to the poster to the delegates. Authors may provide sign-up sheets for attendees who may request additional information, reprints, etc. The conference organizers will not provide copying/printing facilities.
Specific poster viewing times will be scheduled each day. Authors will be advised in advance of the day their poster is scheduled for presentation.
Each poster session author will be provided with a poster board area and mounting pins. The board will indicate the poster number. Authors are responsible for mounting their posters the morning of their presentation and removing them as soon as the session ends. Posters left past that time will be disposed of. There are no facilities for electronic display of posters.
Request for change of dates will have to be made well in advance (2 weeks) prior to the conference dates. No change will be considered for requests made within 2 weeks of the conference.
Presenters benefit best if they are present during their allotted poster display time.
Schizophrenia Research Foundation #R/7A North Main Road, Anna Nagar (West Extn.), Chennai 600 101, India
IConS had a hugely successful beginning in 2004. Since then, this biennial conference has become an important event for both experienced and young mental health researchers. Due to COVID-19 Pandemic of 2020, for the first time - IConS will have to be postponed to 2021. We will announce the dates for the next year very soon. Until then - stay safe and take care. The Organising Committee IConS