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Posters

 Two sessions are organized

  • Monday 4 April 2016: 10h-13h30  Setting up poster session 1; 15h30-17h Posters session 1 ; Posters will have to be taken down before Tuesday 5 April 2016 11h00.
  • Tuesday 5 April 2016: 12h–14h Setting up posters session 2; 15h30-17h Posters session 2; Posters will have to be taken down before Wednesday 6 April 2016, 17h00

All posters that have not been removed  Wednesday 6 at 17:00 will be destroyed at the end of the symposium.

  •  Presentation by the authors

 We ask authors to please stand available to participants during the sessions on Monday 4 and Tuesday 5 April 2016.
 It is forbidden to take photos of the posters without permission from the authors.

  • Summaries

 Authors must provide summaries of their posters for interested participants.

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Posters dimension are: 80 cm width x 120 cm height.

Please note that long poster sessions (1h30) are organised, they will cover the four topics throughout the symposium.

Best posters will be awarded  prize.

With the cooperation of  ACTIA, the French Association for the Technical Coordination of the Food Industry, and of Agropolis Fondation, the organisers of the Fruit & Vegetable Processing Symposium will award three prizes of €500 each for the best poster in each of the following categories:

  • Scientific excellence
  • Industrial relevance
  • Graphic quality

For the "Scientific excellence" and "Industrial relevance" prizes, winners will be selected by a "Poster Award Committee" that will base its selection on:

  • the merit of the poster and its relevance to symposium topics
  • understanding of the results presented
  • clarity of the data displayed
  • quality of the design

For the "graphic quality" prize, participants will be invited to vote (one vote per participant).

If the poster is produced by several authors, it is the person submitting the abstract and presenting the poster during the symposium who will be awarded the prize.