Poster Call Cross-Border Landscape Forum 2020
Individuals or groups of people are invited to submit a poster to be presented at the landscape forum. This call is addressed to forum participants. Your poster will be reviewed. Please submit your poster to email@example.com for review.
Deadline poster submission: April 15, 2020
The project presented on your poster may relate to practice, research or education – cross-cutting approaches are welcome.
The forum addresses all landscape-related disciplines.
Student projects may be submitted as well. There is also a separate call for doctoral students.
The four established thematic groups will continue their work by exploring the cross-border landscape of Bratislava. The poster exhibition will be categorized accordingly. Please make sure that your project is related to one of the four focus areas or one of the two cross-cutting themes:
- Cross-border Landscape Vision
- Sustainable Urban Growth and Green Infrastructure
- Rural Fringe. Foodscapes and Nature Development
- Heritage and Identities
- Cross-cutting theme Landscape and Democracy
- Cross-cutting theme Landscape and Economy
Contributions from a variety of disciplines including architecture, arts, geography, agricultural sciences, dendrology, economics, environmental psychology, forestry, hydrology and water management, information technology, archeology, ecology, regional planning, social anthropology, sociology, tourism, urban design, etc. are welcome!
Representatives of the LE:NOTRE Institute will be in charge of reviewing your contributions (double blind). The purpose of the review is to ensure an overall quality control. Quality criteria are: relevance, overall quality and originality. Please submit your poster to firstname.lastname@example.org for review.
Your poster must be submitted for review in digital format (pdf, max. 2MB), suitable for DIN A1 print (594x841mm), and has to contain the respective LLF 2020 header/footer provided on this website (see below). .
The size of text characters should not be smaller than 28pts with a maximum of 300 words; at least half of the poster surface should include images/illustrations/graphs.
The font to be used on the poster is ‘Georgia’. Please do not use capital letters only.
The background color should be bright (white or similar) and text used preferably in a dark color (black, dark blue, …).
Anonymity and submission format
For the blind review the following data need to be included in your poster
- Title and subtitle
- theme and subject area (=correct header/footer, provided on this web site further down).
- In case the project has been done by students information about this has to be given
- no names/affiliations may appear on the review version of the poster. However, the upload system will allow you to add this information in a separate field which will not be visible for the evaluators.
If your poster has been accepted, you can upload the full version including names and affiliation (University/organization, city and country) of all contributors to the review system. Copyright information of images needs to be included.
Submitted posters may be rejected and/or you may be asked to alter the design of the poster in case it does not meet the above requirements, is not suitable as an addition to the ISBN publication (low resolution etc.) or if its contents lack quality significantly.
Theme 1 | Cross-border Landscape Visions
Theme 2 | Sustainable Urban Growth and Green Infrastructure
Theme 3 | Rural Fringe. Foodscapes and Nature Development
Theme 4 | Heritage and identities
Cross-cutting theme 1 | Landscape and Democracy
Cross-cutting theme 2| Landscape and Economy
Doctoral research can be discussed during the doctoral colloquium. Please use a separate template for this type of submission. You can find all details here.
The selected posters will be exhibited at the Forum venues. Furthermore, accepted posters will be included in the LLF ISBN publication to be prepared jointly by forum participants. For this purpose the abstract of your poster will be used.