Moments from previous live events


Joe was supporting iPosters at our second HHMI event this year, the HHMI-November Science Meeting. The event was held at the Janelia Research Campus in Virginia. There were 36 screens in the poster hall and two featured poster sessions. Over 70 posters were created and available to view throughout the event. Here is a quick peak into one of the poster sessions.

ISOQOL Annual Meeting

Earlier this month Christer was in Prague to help support the iPoster sessions at the ISOQOL annual meeting. ISOQOL is the International Society for Quality of Life Research. The organization is made up of a global community of health care professionals, clinicians and researchers across a variety of disciplines.

ISOQOL members undertake research on health related quality of life. Their aim is to better understand how health, diseases and treatments impact quality of life. This will help to inform policy makers and health program developers who can allocate resources more effectively.

There were over 180 iPosters created and displayed at the event which will be available virtually for participants until late November.


Eye-catching iPosters at this year’s AAS-DPS (Division for Planetary Sciences) annual meeting. The in-person component of this hybrid event was held in London, Ontario. It was also set up to allow virtual participants to take part. The conference showcased presentations from researchers whose interests lie within the broad spectrum of subjects that make up the astronomical sciences. In total there were 50 screens set up at the event and over 140 iPosters showcased in the poster gallery. The iPosters were also available online for participants attending the conference virtually.


Joe was onsite in Philly for the annual meeting of the Eastern Vascular Society organized by Well Assembled Meetings. There were over 70 posters available to view over 10 screens in the poster presentation foyer. It was really great to see the poster sessions have grown in participation since last year’s event. Here’s some comparison shots of the set up before the event started and during the poster session.