Presenter Guidelines

Detailed instructions for all presenters and the programme overview.

Congratulations on being accepted to give a presentation at Ecology Across Borders. Guidelines for both oral and poster presentations can be downloaded below. Please read through all instructions carefully before the meeting to ensure your presentation is prepared correctly.


Oral Presentation Guidelines

Lightning Talk Guidelines

Oral Session Overview


Poster Presentation Guidelines

2012 Bulletin Article on Poster Presentation Tips

EAB People’s Choice Poster Award

Doing science across country borders is almost evident these days. But working across disciplinary borders still deserves further development.

The EAB Societies wish to express their appreciation for scientists that use and promote inter- and trans-disciplinary approaches in science. They wish to promote the joint involvement and cooperation of more than just the classical ecological disciplines in science (“inter”); they are also convinced that involving the non-academic societal environment in science (“trans”) is of potentially huge added value. At the present meeting, we will therefore award the scientists that show the use of inter- and trans-disciplinary in their approach, and that proof the added value of it.

Delegates will be provided with a ballot paper in their conference name badge to vote for the poster they think should be considered for this prize. Please place your completed ballot paper into the ballot box at the Poster Desk. The winner will be announced at the closing ceremony.

Social Media Policy

The EAB Team loves social media! It is a great way to connect with people across the world, to share ideas and create collaborations. We heartily encourage people to tweet and post about their experiences.

However, we understand that some people will not want their research broadcast. We respect that, so have created a ‘do not share’ image for people to download (via the link below) to add to their poster/talk presentation wherever necessary. We expect that fellow attendees will also respect such a request. We will explain the meaning of the ‘do not share’ image on social media, our website and in the printed programme. If people do not include the ‘do not share’ image on their presentation, we will assume they are happy for their research to be publicised openly.