Presentation Guidelines


Posters can highlight on any going research in land cover, land use, and change detection using remote sensing and GIS data. They shall be written in English.


To fit the available board space, posters must be no bigger than A0 in dimensions

– Poster width should not exceed 84.1 cm.

– Poster height should not exceed 118.9 cm.

The proposed width and height are 84.1 cm and 100 cm, respectively.


– Use graphs, charts, with illustrations and photos as much as possible. Minimise the use of text and tables.

– Use large bold lettering for readability (minimum font size 14pt non-serif e.g. Arial).

– Graphic poster presentations should be readable from 2.4 m away.

– The use of color graphics will enhance poster readability and attractiveness.


–   Title: Bold And Lower Case with the First Letter of Each Word in Upper Case, followed by author’s name and affiliation; include email addresses and web addresses if appropriate.

–   Abstract: – do not to exceed 500 words

–   Introduction

–   Objective (including study area if applicable)

–   Methods

–   Results

–   Discussion

–   Conclusion

–   Major references (maximum of 5 citations)

–  Acknowledgements (research funding, data providers, universities, helpful colleagues etc.)

The layout of the poster and the details of its content are the responsibility of the authors. Originality, attractiveness and clarity are the most important qualities to demonstrate in the poster.


The posters of a session will be mounted before the beginning of the respective session and replaced by the next ones before the beginning of the next session. Materials for mounting posters will be provided at the poster session venue.


A short one-slide presentation of each poster will take place after the keynotes of the respective session. Then, a poster session will take place on each session, during which the authors will stand by his/her poster and have the opportunity to discuss with the interested participants their research outcomes and prospects.