Abstract submission is closed.
Poster session will complement the oral presentation and will allow direct interaction between researchers at all levels. Researchers at all levels are encouraged to present their work in all symposium-related fields, even in preliminary stages. Awards will be given to the best poster presentations by graduate students.
Current demographic trends and projected growth in global population and standards of living are estimated to result in about 70 percent increase in food demand by 2050. Global climatic changes, population growth and societal demands pose extreme challenges on water and land resources, which together with sustainable plant-nutrient provision are essential resources for securing food production. Achieving global food security while reconciling demands on ecosystems and natural resources is one of the greatest challenges faced by humanity.
Poster dimensions should be:
Width: 80 cm /31”
Height: 120 cm/47”
Please make sure that your posters do not exceed the recommended dimensions.
Fixtures for the hanging of posters will be provided.
If you are interested in a different size, please contact Mrs. Ety Levy firstname.lastname@example.org
- The posters should be hung at the Water Institute in designated locations – the posters should be independently set up.
- The posters should be hung until 10:00 am on 5.3.19
* The conference will take place in the auditorium on the Second floor, Rabin Building, the Faculty of Civil and Environmental Engineering.
- The speakers are asked to come with PowerPoint presentation on a diskonKey, and the presentation should also be sent to Ms. Eti Levi by email: email@example.com (until the 3.3.19)