HITS Best Poster Award
1. Prize GBP 500, 2. Prize GBP 300, 3. Prize GBP 200
These Awards were made possible by a generous contribution from HITS.
The Heidelberg Institute for Theoretical Studies (HITS) is a private non-profit research institute established by Klaus Tschira, one of the founders of the SAP AG software company. If you are interested to learn more about HITS, please visit the website at http://www.h-its.org/english/index.php
How to Vote:
The conference audience will vote for the best poster presentations that will be awarded with the HITS Best Poster Awards. Participants may pick up a voting ballot at the conference registration desk. Each participant may write a maximum of three Poster Numbers, including the name of the first author for each poster on the ballot.
Vote for three posters, keeping the following issues in mind:
• Scientific value to the biocuration community
• Authors’ efficiency in conveying their educational message
• Innovative ideas
• Artwork and graphics
The winners of the HITS Best Poster Awards will be announced on Wednesday April 10th as part of the closing remarks
Please Remember to VOTE, and May the best posters win!