Information for Presenters
Oral presentation guidelines
- Time for oral presentations is 15 minutes for your talk followed by 5 minutes questions and answers (keynote lectures are allocated 30 minutes for presentation and 5 minutes for Q&A).
- The above time limits will be strictly followed and any additional time you may require for on-the-spot preparation will be taken from your total allocated time.
- Computers that will be used for presentations have Windows & Microsoft Office 2010 and PDF or PowerPoint files should be used. Presentations prepared on Macintosh should be formatted accordingly.
- It is recommended that slide appearance and any special effects like animation or sound are checked in advance during breaks.
- Internet connection will be available in conference rooms. Should you need to use Internet for your presentation, please check well in advance it that would work as expected.
- Ideally, you should email your presentation file (PDF or PPT) to
before 4th September. Else, please bring your presentation files on a USB memory stick to your session room during a break WELL BEFORE the start of your session.
- Please be in the session room ten minutes before the beginning of your session, introduce yourself to the Session Chair and provide concise biographical information (ideally on paper) so that s/he can briefly introduce you to the audience.
Poster presentation guidelines
- Please prepare your poster using A0-format template that can be downloaded here.
- Please bring your poster with you on the day when your poster session is scheduled and fix it to the allocated board, which will be indicated. Assistance will be provided.
- Poster boards will be placed along the wall to the right (looking from entrance) of the Peter Chalk Centre Hall where coffee/tea and lunch will be served.
- Poster sessions on all three conference days are scheduled for 13:30-14:00. Make sure that you are next to your poster board during that period on the day of your poster session.