NANOTECHNOLOGY SYMPOSIUM 2020
Held concurrently with Malaysia Technology Expo 2020
21st February 2020 │ WTC Kuala Lumpur
POSTER PRESENTATION AND TEFARCO (ITALY) BEST POSTER AWARD
Nanotechnology Symposium 2020 will offer the Best Poster Award to the three best posters (First, Second and Third).
Please read the guidelines below carefully;
- All participants are invited to submit posters for exhibition and the Best Poster Award.
- Each participant shall submit only one poster.
- All posters will automatically be considered for the Poster Award.
- The poster exhibition will take place inside the exhibition hall of the Malaysia Technology Expo 2020 from the 20-22 February 2020 at the Putra World Trade Centre Hall 3.
- Each poster will be evaluated by 2 reviewers from 21st February 2020.
- The winners will be formally announced during the closing of the Symposium on 21 February 2020.
- The three winners of the Poster Award will receive award certificates.
- The posters will be evaluated in terms of design and layout, novelty of idea, methodology, outcomes and commercialization potential. The content can be directly or indirectly related to nanotechnology eg. One can hypothesise the benefits of herbal active formulated in the form of nanoparticles though the work focuses only on isolation of herbal active.
- Poster Size: 20 inches width x 30 inches height or smaller, and must be readable from a distance of 3 feet. You are kindly asked to bring your poster fully assembled and printed on 19 February 2020 (10am – 5pm) and register at the MTE2020 Visitors Registration Counter at Level 2, PWTC (Lobby). The secretariat will provide you with double sided tapes to be mounted onto exhibition panels.
The poster must include the following:
- Names of author(s) and affiliated organization(s)
- Abstract (brief summary of objectives, methods, results, and conclusions)
- Background Information
- Project Objectives
- Materials and Methods
- Results (tables, graphs, charts)
- Hypothesise possible future directions with respect to nanotechnology
Poster topics may be related to any facet of Nanotechnology, which may include the following: research and development; facility design; engineering; human resources; process development; sales; computers; regulatory compliance; manufacturing; the environment; and technology.
Competitors will be given a ten-minute window to showcase their projects with the judges. Judging sessions will consist of a five-minute presentation given by the competitor plus a five-minute question-and-answer period.
For all questions concerning the Student Poster Competition, please contact :
Miss Noris at : firstname.lastname@example.org (Tel. +603-61406666) or
Miss Kathy Cheong at : email@example.com (Tel. +603-61406666)