Presentation Guidelines

Oral Presentation

Oral presentations in parallel sessions will be synchronized. The time slot for oral presentations in all regular sessions is 20 minutes. This includes time for questions and discussions, plus some time to allow persons in the audience to go to another session. Your talk should therefore not exceed 15 minutes. Your session chairman will ask you to wrap up 12 minutes after the start of your presentation.

Each room for oral presentations will be equipped with a PC running Windows XP. The PCs will have a DVD drive and Microsoft PowerPoint 2003 and Acrobat Reader 7.0 will be available. You can use your own laptop for your presentation, however, you must test it BEFORE session start to ensure it functions well with the projector.

Please make sure to be in the session room about 15 minutes before the start of the session in order to check the presentation system with the technician.

Poster Presentation

The size of your poster should be in the size of 3 feet wide x 4 feet high (i.e. the size of the poster board).

Poster sessions are mostly 1.5 hours long, as indicated in the Program. This is the time interval you should be present at your poster to answer questions.

The posters should be installed 15 minutes before the session and cleared before 19:00. Please make sure to place your poster at the right board! A poster presentation labeled “3” in the program has to use board “3” that is located in room. In case you have any questions, please contact your session chairman. He/she will be on site 20 minutes before the session starts.

Please make sure to locate your poster board and attach your poster according to the instructions and using the materials provided on site (don't bring your own tape or pushpins). There will be no audio-visual equipment for poster presentations. You have to print it out on paper (before the conference), bring it along and attach it on the poster board that will be assigned to you. For demonstrations you have to use your own equipment.

Author's Kit

Please download the following sample papers:


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