Posters are a major communication tool for researchers. Since the European Population Conference 2003 in Warsaw, posters are an integral part of the EPC conference program. EAPS Poster Awards are presented to the best poster in each of the multiple poster sessions. Expert juries of peers judge all posters in a poster session on the quality of its content, the richness of information, the clarity of presentation and the way in which the poster is presented at the conference by its author(s).
- Better Ask Online when It Concerns Intimate Relationships? Differences between Modes of Data Collection for Questions regarding Relationship Quality in a German Experiment of the Generations and Gender
Programme (GGP). Almut Schumann and Detlev Lück.
- Immigration and Population Renewal on a Metropolitan Scale: The Case of the Barcelona Metropolitan Area". Osama Damoun, Jordi Bayona-i-Carrasco and Andreu Domingo.
- Life Satisfaction Development in the Transition to Adulthood: Differences between Boys and Girls and Children of Immigrants and Non-Immigrants. Juul Henkens, Helga A. G. de Valk and Matthijs Kalmijn.
The European Population Conference 2020 was cancelled because of the Covid-19 pandemic, so there are no Poster Awards for this year.
- Unpacking attitudes on immigrants and refugees:a four-country comparison. David De Coninck, Koen Matthijs, Marlies Debrael, Rozanne De Cock, Leen d’Haenens
- Demographic Analysis of Socioeconomic Health Inequalities in Catalonia in the context of the latest economic crisis:Gender, Generation and Territory. Jeroen Spijker, Antonio Medina, Teresa Menacho, Jordi Bayona- i-Carrasco
- Long Term Care System: Is There Proximity between Supplyand Demand in France? Amelie Carrère
- The Impact of Life-Course Developments on Pensions in the NDC Systems in Poland, Italy and Sweden and the Point System in Germany. Irena Kotowska, Agnieszka Chlon-Dominczak,Marek Góra, Iga Magda, Anna Ruzik-Sierdzinska and Pavel Strzelecki.
- Partner choices in long established migrant communities in Belgium • Emilien Dupont, Amelie Van Pottelberge, Bart Van de Putte, John Lievens, Frank Caestecker, Ghent University.
- U - shape link between education and childlessness in Hungary - a new Central European phenomenon • Laura Szabó, Hungarian Demographic Research Institute; Balázs Kapitány, Hungarian Demographic Research Institute; Adél Katalin Rohr, Hungarian Central Statistical Office (HCSO).
- The spatialities of ageing in Britain: is residential age segregation increasing? • Albert Sabater, University of St Andrews; Elspeth Graham, University of St Andrews; Nissa Finney, University of St Andrews.
- Profile of disability in elderly Ecuadorian people • Eva Maria Mera Intriago, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona and Escuela Superior Politécnica del Litoral, Guayaquil-Ecuador.
- The spatial-temporal patterns of fertility transition in Belgium (1886-1935) • Rafael Costa, Université Catholique de Louvain.
- A spatial analysis of recent fertility patterns in Spain • Alessandra Carioli, Netherlands Interdisciplinary Demographic Institute (NIDI) and University of Groningen; Daniel Devolder, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona; Joaquin Recaño Valverde, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona.
- Joan Pau Jordà, Joana-Maria Pujadas-Mora, Aina Moragues and Anna Cabré (Spain), Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, “Approaching migrations through family names: the Barcelona area at the 16th century”.
- Marcin Stonawski, International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis (IIASA) and Cracow University of Economics; Vegard Skirbekk (IIASA), Michaela Potancokova, Wittgenstein Centre (IIASA, VID/ÖAW, WU), Conrad Hackett PEW Research Center and Brian J. Grim, Pew Research Center and Boston University, “Religious demography of emerging economies. Age structures and fertility in the BRIC countries and the global religious consequences of their economic growth”.
- Jonathan Zufferey (Switzerland), University of Geneva, “Differences in migrants mortality: for a multilevel approach of spatial inequalities using a fine granularity. An application to Switzerland, 1990-2008”.
- Marc Ajenjo & Joan Garcia Roman (Spain), Center for Demographic Studies Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, "The use of time during the daily life of dual-earner couples: productive time and reproductive time in the countries of the south of Europe from a gender perspective".
- Anne Schulz & Gabriele Doblhammer-Reiter (Germany), University of Rostock, "Validity of mortality follow-up in SHARE".
- Jordi Bayona and Antonio López (Spain), Centre d'Estudis Demografics, "Residential mobility in Barcelona".
- Nadine Zielonke and Marc Luy (Austria), Vienna Institute of Demography, "Gender gaps in mortality".
- Géraldine Duthé and Gilles Pison (France), Institut National d'Etudes Démographiques (INED), "Mortality in Senegal".
- W. Wróblewska and a Students Research Group (Poland), Warsaw School of Economics, "Attitudes and sexual behaviours of students in Poland – has anything changed?".
- Irina Badurashvili (Georgia) Georgian Centre of Population Research, France Meslé and Jacques Vallin (France), Institut National d'Etudes Démographiques (INED), "Why is the sex ratio at birth increasing in Caucasian countries?".
- Pál P. Tóth and Irén Gödri (Hungary), Demographic Committee of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, "Characteristics of International Migration directed to Hungary".