I finished my phd on 2017 , nearly a year and half. Since then, i have not had chance to do any project research for some circumstances. As my job asked me to apply for poster or presentation in a conference, due to career obligation, i have thought to do poster from my phd thesis, my question is that possible to do ?

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    Yes, you can. Why do you have doubts? – user2768 Mar 11 '19 at 11:04
  • First of all thank you for answering. I dunno but i though since it was published in university library. it would have been hard do any thing from it. Anyway thank you for your answering. – Mo A Mar 12 '19 at 5:59
  • If you elaborate on since it was published in university library[,] it would have been hard do any thing from it, then I'll try to elaborate. – user2768 Mar 12 '19 at 8:29

Yes, you can. Colin Purrington has some extremely good advice on how to go about it. There are even templates you can use.

Edit: You've added that your thesis was published in a university library. That's OK. It is your work, so you are allowed to present it in a different form. Your poster is going to summarize the problem you tackled and showcase the relevant results. You shouldn't try to present the entire thesis as a poster; only the very most important parts..

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    Thank you so much , it's helpful – Mo A Mar 12 '19 at 6:00

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