8th International Conference on Metal-Organic Frameworks and Open Framework Compounds

Twitter Poster Session

We invite you to participate in the Twitter Poster Session under the hashtag #MOF2022poster. The virtual poster session is open to all interested scientists, regardless of whether they are registered at the MOF2022 conference.

Don't miss your chance and present your scientific work to a large Twitter community of more than 2200 followers!

The twitter poster with the most engagements (likes, shares and comments) will be awarded with a certificate and a prize of 300 EUR at the end of the event.

To be eligible for a prize, participants must:

  • Tweet their poster between Monday, 5 September 2022 at 12:00 am and Wednesday, 7 September 2022 at 12:00 am. The poster with the most engagements by 13:00 on Wednesday, 7th will win. The prize will be awarded virtually.

We kindly ask you to create a few slides, export the file as animated GIF and add it to your Tweet. In the text box you can link to your actual poster which you have uploaded on the website of your institution or somewhere else.  (You can also upload an image of your poster instead of slides but there are some disadvantages with this form of presentation on Twitter, which are well explained in the video below)


Here you can find a video  which explains how to create the poster slides for Twitter easily. The explanation starts at minute 1:56, please fast forward.

Please download the template here

We recommend to create 3-5 slides to keep it short and allow your colleagues to see a lot of MOF2022 posters on Twitter. You can set the time per slide to 5-8 seconds.


Tag @8thMOF2022 and your institution, use the hashtag #MOF2022poster and choose one of the following category hashtags:

  • Novel Materials, Synthesis, Composites #MOF2022novelmat
  • Functions #MOF2022function
  • Novel Fundamental Phenomena, Properties and Characterisation #MOF2022character
  • Towards Industrial Application #MOF2022industrial


Tweets have a limit of 280 characters.

We suggest to include the title of your poster in the image description, and to put further details or explanation about the poster content as a thread in the comments if desired.


In case of any remaining questions, please contact the congress office.

We are already looking forward to your Twitter posters!

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