4th IPFS-ICBHA 2019-GNOBB Conference

November 11 - 13, 2019 | Dhaka, Bangladesh

Accepted Abstract List

Day One

Day Two

Day Three

Regular oral- O; Lightning oral- L; Poster-P

Oral presentation guidelines:

For key note speakers, allocated time is 25 minutes. The first bell will ring after 18 minutes, and the final bell will ring after 22 minutes. The rest 3 minutes are dedicated for question and answer session.

For regular session speakers, each presenter will have 15 minutes for the presentation. The first bell will ring after 10minutes and the final bell will ring after 13 minutes. The rest 2 minutes are dedicated for question and answer. If a presenter continues to speak for fifteen minutes there will be no Q/A session for that presentation.

Speakers are requested to bring their ppt presentation file in a flash drive/USB and submit their presentation to the session coordinator at least 90 minutes before the session starts. Speakers are requested to see the final program in the 4th IPFS-ICBHA-2019 conference website under the tab “conference program” to confirm their sessions and presentation time.

Lightning oral presentation guidelines:

Each lightening oral presenter will have 5 minutes for the presentation. The first bell will ring after 4 minute and the presenter is requested to complete the presentation by 5 minute without taking additional time in any case. There will be no QA session for this category. Interested individuals are requested to communicate with the speakers for their QA, discussion, or criticisms. Speakers are requested to see the final program in the 4th IPFS-ICBHA-2019 conference website under the tab “conference program” to confirm their sessions and presentation time.

There will be two best oral presentation award for each lightning oral presentation session. A jury board will critically assess the presentation.

Speakers are requested to bring their ppt presentation file in a flash drive/USB and submit their presentation to the session coordinator at least 90 minutes before the session starts.

Poster presentation guidelines:

Size of the poster: A0 (841 x 1189 mm) size. 

Venue of the poster session: Green lobby of Senate Bhavan

Day1 poster session: Poster Number 1-34, 86 and 89 will be displayed

Day 2 Poster session: Poster Number 1-34, 86 and 89 will be displayed

Day 3 poster session: Poster Number 35-85, 87-88 will be displayed

** Poster 1-34, 86, 89 will be displayed on both day 1 and day 2 of the conference.

During the poster session, the presenter must be present in front of the poster to explain the work. The members of the jury board will visit during the poster presentation session to judge the posters for award recommendation. If the presenter is absent during the session, he/she will be automatically disqualified for the award. GNOBB will award two best posters for each day.

Poster mounting and unmounting:

Day 1- Day2 posters should be mounted in the poster board by 10:00 am. The posters should be removed by 5 pm on the day 2. Any unremoved poster will be thrown away.

Day 3 posters should be mounted in the poster board by 10:00 am. The posters should be removed by 5 pm on the same day. Any unremoved poster will be thrown away.

The posters should be mounted in the poster board according to the assigned poster number. Poster boards will be numbered accordingly. Organizers will provide necessary materials for mounting.

For poster number, please visit the updated abstract acceptance notification table in abstract tab of the 4th IPFS-ICBHA 2019 conference website

General Guideline for poster preparation:

A poster is a graphically based approach to presenting research. In presenting a poster the aim should be to use the poster as a means for generating active discussion of the research. Limit the text to about one-fourth of the poster space, and use "visuals" (graphs, photographs, schematics, maps, etc.). The entire poster must be of A0 (841 x 1189 mm) size.  The board must be oriented in the "portrait position”. A banner displaying your poster title, name, and department should be positioned at top-center of the board.