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13. Dec 2021

Next Level – E-Poster Design (February 15-16, 2022 | online)

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Understand that the e-poster concept provides a wide range of innovative possibilities to create far more than a single static poster sheet. Gain the knowledge how to take advantage of the full potential of the e-poster medium to communicate your science dynamically, illustratively and engaging.


The workshop covers the basic knowledge how to conceptualize and design an effective e-poster. E-Posters provide the opportunity to fully utilise the power of the electronic medium – such as the incorporation of audio, video, hyperlinks, animation, enlarged graphics as well as the extension of the limited format of a traditional paper poster. A vital benefit, that could make your poster far more engaging and informative for your target audience. The course will equip you with both the concepts and the practical design skills and provides the possibility to put directly into practice what you have learned as well as to get useful feedback from group and trainer.


Participants gain knowledge about:

  • how to apply the key elements and the basic principles of graphic design and visual communication
  • how to practically conceive and design a compelling e-poster
  • the current scope of e-poster concepts, technical requirements, and software tools


Lecture, analysis and discussion, exercise, practice session, feedback


To profit the most from this workshop, participants are invited to bring material (text, images, graphs, etc.) of their current research or recently designed posters, as well as their laptops equipped with PowerPoint.

A functional microphone and a face time camera are recommended to guarantee a productive and effective communication.

Term and Application

  • February 15 and 16, 2022: 9:00 – 16:00 and 09:00 – 10:00
  • Format: online
  • Group size: maximum 12
  • Workshop-Language: English

Registration | closed


Birgit Lukowski (Communication designer, lecturer, trainer, based in Berlin)

Author of workshop formats focussing on communication, graphic design, and presentation specifically tailered to the needs of graduates and early career scientists. Her workshops are offered at numerous graduate schools across Germany


This workshop has been realised with financial support from Martin Luther University Halle-Wittenberg.

Über Philine Bernau

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