All posters accepted for presentation by the scientific committee of the congress will take part in the competition. Poster awards will be presented during the Poster Session, when awardees will be asked to give a presentation of their paper. In case of absence of the awardee, their award will not be delivered.
Each of the 12 poster awards is worth 250 Euro. The award will be delivered to the author presenting the poster at the congress.
Veterinarians will have 3 poster awards with worth of 200 Euro.

An independent jury will evaluate all poster presentations according to the following criteria: 

a) Scientific excellence (all fields of research)

b) Innovation

c) Clarity of presentation (visualization, structural logic)

d) Understandability

To qualify for this award, participants have to register for the congress and pay the registration fee. Preconditions for payment of the award is attendance* of the awardee during the award ceremony.

*Particular COVID-related travel restrictions will be evaluated by the ICMART Committee

Within 15 days from receipt of your abstract, you will be notified of acceptance or rejection.

The deadline for submitting abstracts is postponed to July 31st, subject to availability

Final notification to Authors: August 15, 2022



Posters should be printed in high resolution on matte paper, 100 x 70 cm size .

Vertical orientation, 2-column format, large title space, complete and concise text make it easier for your audience to read.

Important information can be emphasized highlighting key words.

Long texts should be avoided.

Tables and figures should be included only if necessary.

A comfortable font size which can be read from 1 to 2 meters away is recommended.

The body of your poster should have a minimum 24-26 point font.

We suggest that you bring an A4 or similar format photocopy of the poster to the Congress.

Each winner will be allowed 4 minutes to present their work in powerpoint (about 3 slides).


Those who have filled the form without paying the registration fee will not be entitled to attend