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Submit your poster

until May 1, 2017

Present your Poster!

The poster session is an integral part of the GI_Forum and AGIT. Posters are a great way to present projects, current developments and cartographic products. Presenting a poster at the GI_Forum means reaching a wide and diverse audience and provides the opportunity for in-depth discussion about your current work. 

All accepted posters are automatically included in the AGIT/GI_Forum poster competition, which starts on Wednesday, July 5 at 6:30 pm. We ask all authors to be present at their posters for in-depth discussions. The posters will be voted for by all AGIT and GI_Forum participants, as well as by the programme committee. The award ceremony takes place on Thursday, July 6 during our buffet dinner. 

Presentation guidelines

Pinboard size: total height 1.8m, Poster area: 1.2m*1.5m portrait format - equivalent to DIN A0 paper format. Other formats will not be supported. 

Poster session

  • You need to mount your poster by no later than Wednesday, July 5, 2017, 1:00 pm on the designated pinboard.
  • Poster discussion starts on Wednesday July 5, 2017 at 6:30pm. Please be available for discussion at your poster location.

Call for Posters closed since May 1!

Winners Poster Session 2016

  • Poster1

    1st Place

    "Lions, hunger and sea monsters – assessing children´s concepts of the world with map art"

    Erik Jakobi & Inga Gryl, University of Duisburg-Essen, Germany

  • Poster2

    2nd Place

    "WebGIS: Ein Werkzeug für den Unterricht?"

    Thomas Schaupenlehner, R. Eder, B. Salak, etal., Bundeshandelsakademie und Bundeshandelsschule Laa an der Thaya; Universität für Bodenkultur, Vienna; Kirchliche pädagogische Hochschule Vienna/Krems, Austria

  • Poster3

    3rd Place

    "Volunteers on the move with mobile GIS"

    Doris Payrer & Bernhard Klingseisen, Munda Biddi Trail Foundation, Australia

Team GI_Forum

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