2022 Neuroergonomics & NYC Neuromodulation Conference, July 28 - August 1
PhD Posters is happy to offer local poster printing for convenient on-site pickup at the 2022 Neuroergonomics & NYC Neuromodulation Conference taking place Thursday-Monday, July 28 - August 1. The meeting will be in-person at the Great Hall / Exhibit Hall of the Shepard Hall Building at the City College of New York, at 160 Convent Ave, New York, NY 10031. More details are available on the Neuroergonomics & NYC Neuromodulation Conference Website.
The conference will focus on the latest approaches for both brain function and dysfunction including Brain/Body Performance, Skill Acquisition, Stress and Fatigue, Pain, Addiction and Binge Eating, Cognition and Physical Recovery, Eye-tracking, Neuromarketing, and Remote/mobile sensing in the wild.
The Maximum Poster Size for the conference is: 34'' (width) x 48'' (high). Please note: These dimensions are the maximum allowed, posters larger than the above will not fit in the panel and therefore may not be displayed. So long as your dimensions are less than the ones indicated above, your poster will fit on the provided poster board. We will be providing custom trimming services included in the order specifically for this conference to ensure your poster fits within the above dimensions.
Here are some resources to help as you prepare:
- Standard order deadline: 05:30 PM Thursday, July 28, 2022 (US/Eastern)
- Rush order deadline: 10:59 PM Friday, July 29, 2022 (US/Eastern)
- Fee for rush orders: $ 35.00 USD
- Maximum poster size allowed by event: 34" x 48"
Pickup as early as 7:00 AM Saturday, July 30th, through 7:00 PM Sunday, July 31st, by the conference registration desk in the Great Hall / Exhibit Hall of the Shepard Hall Building at the City College of New York, at 160 Convent Ave, New York, NY 10031. Confirmation emails will be sent upon completed submission of your order, after your poster(s) print, and after your order is successfully delivered.
Additional information will be emailed after poster is printed.