Your VRES Poster : A Guide to Structure and Content
Prof Esa Jaatinen
QUT Director of Graduate Research Education and Development
Structure / Layout of Your Poster
A good conference poster will typically be arranged into sections to address a series of questions arranged in logical order. Your poster could possibly be structured in the following manner:
This is just a suggested structure. Different section headings may be more appropriate for reporting your VRES project.
Content in Your Poster
The content of your poster might address and briefly answer the following key elements (posed as questions). Here I supply three examples designated a., b. and c. for each of these five questions.
1. Defining the problem. Why is it important / significant?
2. What is the history of this problem?
3. What were the limitations of past attempts to solve the problem?
4. What are you proposing and why is it different / better than previous solutions?
5. How well did it work?
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