For the detailed program and schedule of each conference day, click on the interactive headings.
You don’t just want to listen, you want to present your research results and developments to a broad audience of interested experts? Then submit your poster paper by e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org by June 30, 2023.
For poster submission, the template is available for download as a Word document: V2023_Template_Poster_Submission.docx
DEADLINE POSTER SUBMISSION extended until 30/06/2023
The posters will be exhibited in the industrial exhibition from Tuesday, September 19 to Wednesday, September 20, 2023, so that all visitors have enough time to inform themselves comprehensively. On V-Wednesday, we invite all visitors to discuss the content of their posters with you between 14:40 and 15:10.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
What are current V topics?
• Energy • Biomedical • Optics • Tools & Components • Digital Data
Who can submit poster?
– Researchers and developers from surface technology, matching V-themes.
– Students who would like to present themselves with current theses as part of the specialist scouting.
– Project managers with innovative ideas seeking project partners and feedback from the business community.
– Companies that want to present innovative products.
When will I know if my poster can be exhibited?
All submitted posters will be evaluated by a panel of experts. Poster spaces are limited. Please understand that not all poster submissions may be considered. You will receive feedback by 07/31/2023.
Is a conference ticket required to present a poster?
Your poster will be displayed in the V2023 Industrial Exhibition on September 19-20, 2023. In order to take advantage of the full range of networking opportunities to discuss your exciting topics at V2023, the display of a poster is contingent upon the purchase of a conference ticket. Students can use the reduced conference ticket.
To the template download: V2023_Template_Poster_Submission.docx
Begin: September 18st
End: September 21st
Category of events:
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