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Presentation Guidelines

Instructions for Oral and Poster Presentations

Instructions for Oral Presentations

Each presentation will have 15 minutes (10 minutes for the presentation + 5 minutes for questions). Please respect this duration.

  • Save your presentation only as a Microsoft PowerPoint file (versions 2003-2013, .PPT or .PPTX format) or PDF.
  • Please bring a copy of your presentation to the conference on a flash drive.
  • Must be uploaded the day before your session in the preview room. Please test your presentation in the preview room as well.

All session rooms will be equipped with laptop computers, microphones, laser pointers, projectors and a screen suitable for projecting presentations.

Instructions for Poster Presentations

Posters should be set up on the morning of Monday 22 May and removed during the afternoon of Tuesday 23 May no later than 18:00. Presenting authors are expected to stand by their posters during the entire poster session and coffee breaks.

  •  Size of the panel (i.e. maximum size of the poster): A0 format - 119 cm tall x 84 cm wide (portrait orientation)
  • Materials for attaching your poster to the board will be supplied at the conference. Please use ONLY these materials.

Conference organizers will number the poster boards, and the number of your poster will be listed in a document available at the conference registering desk.