Explore over 350 conference posters from all over the world and submit your own to the ScienceOpen Poster collection. By publishing a poster on ScienceOpen you can continue the conversations started at an online or in-person conference, share with a wider audience on social media and get credit for early results. And we have a new reference feature to get you even more visibility!
You can submit your poster through our simple manuscript submission portal by just clicking the “Submit a manuscript” button on the Collection page.
You are required to register on ScienceOpen with a valid ORCID ID before submitting. This is to ensure that you get credit for your work! There is space in the form to further add your affiliation information for the institute where the work was done – don’t forget city and country! This information can be used by others in the SciencOpen portal to ask questions about the research done at a particular institute.
You will be asked to upload a pdf file of your poster and provide basic information like title and abstract. You are welcome to submit work in languages other than English as long as you provide a translated title and abstract as well. Keywords should be provided one per field in English wherever possible. You may also choose several disciplines for your poster.
One required field that we are quite proud of is our Data Availability Statement. These standardized texts were developed by the Research Data Alliance to increase the interoperability between systems. You can read about this new feature here: https://blog.scienceopen.com/2020/02/we-love-data-new-data-availability-statements-on-scienceopen/
NEW: Add a reference list
Finally we are very excited to announce a new feature that allows you to add a reference list to the metadata of your poster which will be deposited together with the Crossref DOI and is freely accessible (see the I4OC open citation initiative). Just look up DOIs at Crossref and verify the DOIs of the articles that you cite. We will send you an e-mail with the full bibliographic data of each reference for you to check. Then just add the verified DOIs to your submission – and done! References are not required but are a great way to credit colleagues and add to the scholarly knowledge graph. It also means more links back to your poster so a higher chance that it will show up in recommended article searches.
Here are some posters where you can see this new feature in action:
We welcome your conference poster submission and hope that you will take advantage of some of these new tools. Once your poster is approved it will be published Open Access with a Creative Commons 4.0 Attribution license and a Crossref Digital Object Identifier (DOI). You can share directly into Social Media channels like Twitter and Facebook. Your poster can be cited, recommended and reviewed.
If you are a conference organizer, get in touch with the ScienceOpen team (firstname.lastname@example.org) to find out how we can help promote your conference outputs. Here are a few examples:
We look forward to supporting your research journey!