Poster sessions are an integral part of almost every scientific conference. The posters on display are intended to present and visualize research results as effectively as possible and to put them up for discussion. This makes them an important aspect of scientific publishing.
Get credit where credit is due.
Make your poster citable
The contents of a scientific poster can also be quoted. TUHH Open Research (TORE) is available as a storage location for scientific publications from the TUHH that are to be publicly accessible. There is also room for your poster.
TORE offers you:
A DOI for the unique referencing of your poster
The pre-allocation of the DOI so that it can already be integrated into the poster
Listing of all persons involved
Connection to your ORCID profile
A permanent storage
The optimized availability for (academic) search engines
Security for subsequent use
May a conference twitterer post your poster in a tweet or in a report?
To everyone at #ASMicrobe STOP TAKING PICTURES OF PEOPLE'S WORK. IT IS NOT YOURS
Make it easier for yourself and your colleagues and add a license to your poster. So others know what you want. Creative Commons licenses, which can be put together according to the modular principle, are ideal for this purpose. The optimal license in terms of Open Access is CC BY 4.0.
Open Access – the free access to knowledge – has been a strategic goal of Hamburg University of Technology (TUHH) since 2013. At the International Open Access Week from 22 to 28 October, TUHH’s openTUHH Policy will for the first time focus on the unity of openness in teaching and research and thus on common digital infrastructures. The openTUHH Policy developed from the projects Hamburg Open Science and Hamburg Open Online University with the goal of promoting digital cultural change at the University.