Instructions for preparing and submitting posters

Important notice!

The 17th International Conference of Conservation-Restoration Studies will be held online. Posters will be presented on this website and on social media. (On the official Instagram page, posters will be published in full and cropped into three segments.)


Preparing and submitting a poster

General guidelines

  • The text must be written in English in accordance with professional standards.
  • Poster size: B1 (portrait orientation).
  • Poster must be sent in PDF format; resolution at least 300dpi.

Technical instructions

  • Include the following information at the top of the poster: author(s) name(s), mentor(s) name(s), institution, study programme, field of specialization and e-mail address of the author;
  • Include the following line at the bottom of the poster: “17th International Conference of Conservation-Restoration Studies, Zagreb, Zagreb, 21st – 22nd October 2021“;
  • Text font size should be minimum 18pt;
  • Images must be clear and sharp, numbered and must have a description (image description font should not be smaller than 12pt);
  • Please do not use footnotes; if you need to insert notes, use brackets “[]”;
  • Literature references should follow the Harvard Referencing Style.

Name the file in the following way: the last name of the main author and the word “Poster” (e.g. JURIC_Poster.pdf).

The poster should be sent by e-mail to: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

The submission deadline for poster presentations: September 20th, 2021. 

Authors are kindly requested to adhere to the general guidelines and technical instructions, and to submit their applications within the set deadline. Incomplete and late applications will not be accepted.


Advice for poster design

  • The poster should follow a scientific paper structure – title, introduction, methods, results, discussion/conclusion and references;
  • The poster should be visually appealing and easy to follow – do not overwrite or use too many images, do not use an excessively large font or more than two font styles;
  • Heading font should be bigger than text font;
  • Be consistent with text formatting;
  • Choose an appropriate background and font colours;
  • Bright colours should be used moderately.