Posters (up to A0 format) will be on display in the main hall of the CNR research area, just out of the conference room and where the coffee break and lunches will be served.  They will remain visible throughout the entire duration of the conference, allowing maximum visibility and possibility of interaction.  There will also be two poster sessions, one on Wednesday and one on Thursday morning, where a 1-slide summary of every poster can be given.   A poster contest will also be organised, and rules will be communicated at the beginning of May.

Below, please find the current list of poster presentations (updated May 15):

P1 – Albentosa Ruiz, Ezequiel – Interferometric Polarimetry using Closure Traces
P2 – Alvarez-Ortega, Diego – Multi-band study of a potential gravitational lens system at milliarcsecond scales
P3 – An, Tao – Exploring the hearts of radio quiet quasars
P4 – Baczko, Anne-Kathrin – The collimation of AGN jets with large inclination angles
P5 – Bartolini, Vieri – From VLBI to Fermi-LAT: a multiwavelength analysis of 3C 111 during a gamma-ray flare
P6 – Benke, Petra – TANAMI monitoring of TeV detected AGN at 13 cm
P7 – Charlot, Patrick – Synergy between VLBI and Gaia: towards a multi-waveband celestial reference frame
P8 – Chen, Wen – VLBI Astrometry of two Radio Stars HD 199178 & AR Lacertae
P9 – Cheng, Xiaopeng – VLBI imaging of a nearby galaxies sample at 5 GHz
P10 – Cimo’, Giuseppe – RADIOBLOCKS: Applying Cutting-Edge Technology to Enhance the Entire Data Chain, from Receiver to Final Output
P11 – Coetzer, Glenda – Digital Object Identifiers and Metadata for VLBI Datasets and Products
P12 – De Rubeis, Emanuele – The LOFAR-VLBI view of Abell 2255
P13 – Delvecchio, Ivan – A deep pilot VLBA survey in COSMOS: radio-faint AGN in typical galaxies at cosmic noon
P14 – Fariyanto, Elika – Probing the Jet Collimation Profile of M84
P15 – Frey, Sándor – Zooming into the heart of a double-double radio galaxy with the EVN and e-MERLIN
P16 – Gabányi, Krisztina – VLBI analysis of the potential high-energy neutrino emitter blazar, CTD 74
P17 – Heo, Myoung-Sun – Preliminary study on the clock comparison using high-frequency VLBI
P18 – Hessdoerfer, Jonas – Investigating the parsec-scale jet structure of TeV-detected blazars
P19 – Iyida, Evaristus – Constraining relativistic beaming model for γ-ray emission of blazars
P20 – Koyama, Shoko – Study of Jet Collimation Profile in TeV Blazar Markarian 501
P21 – Krezinger, Máté – Jet proper motion in two z>3 blazars
P22 – Li, Di – Zooming in toward FRBs
P23 – Liu, Niu – Offsets between VLBI and Gaia DR3 positions of extragalactic sources: global and individual characteristics
P24 – Lucatelli, Geferson – Unravelling the link between multi-scale structure and star formation of Local U/LIRGs
P25 – Minchul, Kam – Detailed Analysis of Parsec-Scale Jet Kinematics in 3C 84 Monitored with the VLBA at 43 GHz
P26 – Nickola, Marisa – HartRAO VLBI: 50 Not Out!
P27 – Nikonov, Aleksei – HST-1 in M87: Quad-frequency analysis of quasi-simultaneous VLBI observations.
P28 – Orienti, Monica – Unveiling particle acceleration regions in the hotspots of radio galaxies
P29 – Phillips, Chris – New digital backend for ATCA – small-N GPU correlator
P30 – Pötzl, Felix – Multi-wavelength view of the quasar 3C 345 beyond λ18 cm with RadioAstron
P31 – Ricci, Luca – Numerical study of the jet acceleration in NGC 315-like sources
P32 – Sohn, Bong Won – Status of the KVN/E-KVN and the EAVN
P33 – Stanghellini, Carlo – Morphology Study of GHz-Peaked-Spectrum Radio Galaxies
P34 – Takamura, Mieko – Probing the Heart of Active narrow-line Seyfert 1 Galaxies with VERA wideband Polarimetry
P35 – Traianou, Thalia – Chasing the disappearing knots in the blazar 3C 454.3
P36 – Verkouter, Marjolein – 3.5 years of ESCAPEism
P37 – Wajima, Kiyoaki – Introduction to the East Asian VLBI Network and Future Growth into the Global VLBI
P38 – Walenta, Anastasiia – Providing a new data set: the dual frequency and broadband VLBI visibility data on the range between 2 and 10 GHz
P39 – Yi, Kunwoo – Exploring Deeper into the Acceleration and Collimation Zone of Radio Quasar 1928+738 with HSA Polarimetric Multifrequency Observations