The Melanoma Research Alliance (MRA) Scientific Retreat took place in Washington DC with a virtual component for those unable to make it in person. There were 30 iPosters created for the event which were displayed across 15 large standing screens. The conference is an opportunity for key stakeholders across the field to network and share and present new ideas and issues within this important field of research.
Moments from previous live events
- Human Performance
We worked with Parker organizers to develop iPoster templates with 4 preset backgrounds which had different colors and content box combinations depending on the research field. These were pre-loaded for authors prior to them logging in so all they needed to do was input their data and add their images, videos, sound files and other media to help showcase their research.
The K-INBRE symposium is an annual professional research conference for scientists in Kansas to present their original research. Students present side-by-side with professional scientists and researchers providing them with networking and future collaboration opportunities. There were over 140 iPosters created for the event containing some of this research across a wide variety of fields such as public health and bioinformatics.
Joe was on-site in Kansas City supporting the event and he received some glowing feedback from one of the K-INBRE Symposium organizers, Clare Frantz:
The American Astronomical Society‘s AAS 241 Winter Meeting was our first in-person conference for 2023. And what great meeting to kick the year off with. Isak, Joe and Felicity were on-site in Seattle for the event and were there to support iPoster authors and manage the sessions each day.
There were a record 150 iPoster screens setup for the duration of the conference. And over 1100 posters created and searchable in the online gallery. With 2-3 sessions per day over 4 days there was a lot of space science shared within this amazing community.
We’re very proud to have been involved in the AGU Fall Meeting for the 6th year in a row. Mattias, Christer and Joe were on-site in Chicago supporting authors and the in-person iPoster sessions.
There were a whopping 8000 iPosters created and uploaded to the 2022 AGU Fall meeting gallery. Even paper poster presenters had the opportunity to make their research available in the online gallery by uploading a PDF version of their printed poster. This has enabled their research to live-on digitally and be shared and accessed much more easily than a printed poster.
Our support crew were a little star struck (or should I say asteroid struck?) with one of the authors who came over to upload a PDF poster. It was none other than Andrew Cheng – lead scientist on the DART mission.
Read more about the DART mission