M&M 2011 EXPO Edition is available!
Click below to see this year's EXPO featuring all program details and other important meeting information.
Poster Presentation Times Exhibit Hall (Lower Level)
|Monday, August 8||3:30 - 5:00 PM|
|Tuesday, August 9||3:30 - 5:00 PM|
|Wednesday, August 10||3:30 - 5:00 PM|
|Thursday, August 11||10:00 AM - 12:00 PM|
Papers will be assigned by the Program Committee to either a Platform or Poster presentation, unless "Prefer Poster" is selected on the Author Data Form in the online paper submission site. Authors will be notified of their assignment on or around April 15, 2011. Poster assignments will specify a presentation day; however, all posters are required to be displayed for the duration of the meeting.
All accepted abstracts to M&M 2011 will be published on a DVD, with optional on-demand hardcopy printout (this option costs $90 and is NOT included with any conference registration).
- No A-V equipment will be provided for ANY poster presentations.
- All posters will be displayed Monday morning through Thursday Noon.
- Poster presenters must remain at their poster on their assigned day between 3:30 and 5:00 pm.
- Each poster will be allocated a 92" wide x 46" high display area.
- Authors must provide their own male velcro hooks or push pins for mounting.
- A 12-in. high strip at the top should contain the title of the paper and the name and affiliation of the authors.
- The poster should have large legible text and figures, and describe the results in a manner that would be clear to a reader in the author's absence.
- Stereo images may be mounted and presented for stereo viewing using viewers provided by the author.
- Authors with videotape data are strongly advised to seek a platform presentation.
Late-Breaking Poster Session
Submission Deadline of July 18 has passed. Late-Breaking posters are no longer being accepted
All Late-Breaking Posters will be presented in Nashville on Thursday, August 11, 10:30 am - 12:00 pm.
Click here to access PDFs of all late-breaking poster abstracts.
MSA does not permit any type of recording (photography, video, audio, etc.) of lectures, posters, tutorials, workshops and commercial exhibits at the Microscopy & Microanalysis meeting without prior permission of MSA or the individuals concerned.