Jul 17 – 26, 2022
US/Pacific timezone

Poster Presentations

  • Opening day
  • Submission deadline

Update May 10, 2022: A "virtual" poster contribution option has been added, and the poster abstract submission deadline has been extended to June 5.

For the first time, Snowmass 2022 will include poster presentations.

Click "Submit new abstract" below to submit a poster abstract.

Poster presentations will be held both live/in-person and virtually.

For in-person posters, easels and push pins or similar mounting hardware will be provided. Posters must fit within a 40" x 32" area in "portrait" orientation. Presenters are expected to set up their posters in the specified location at least 30 minutes prior to the start of the poster session, and stay with their posters during the entire session.

All presenters (in-person and remote) will upload a ~1 min video to Indico along with their poster pdf. The video should specify the poster’s contribution number, whether it is live or in-person, and the slack username and email address of the presenter.

The videos will be played in a loop during coffee breaks and during the live poster session at the meeting, appearing both on the meeting zoom session as well as in the main screen in the plenary auditorium. Participants will be encouraged to view further details on Indico and to contact presenters via Slack. In-person participants will be encouraged to visit in-person posters for live discussions.

Posters and poster videos must correspond to the title and content of the abstract listed in the program.

Awards sponsored by Universe will be given during the conference for the best poster by early career members. One award will go to an in-person poster, one will go to a remote presenter, and the third will go to the committee’s choice.

Presenters are encouraged to view the APS material on Logistics for Poster Presenters and Tips for Presenting a Scientific Poster.

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The call for abstracts is open
You can submit an abstract for reviewing.