Information for presenters
As explained in the previous section, due to the sanitary situation, the conference will become an on-line conference. We are currently working on that option. New recommendations will be provided soon to the presenters for oral and poster sessions.
Before the session starts provide your presentation (.pdf or .pptx) to the local organizers in the presentation room during the breaks and introduce yourself to the session chair. Every presenter has 15 minutes to present, followed by 5 minutes for questions. You will be notified by local organizers or session chair, when your time is running out. For a smooth conference, we ask everyone to strictly adhere to these guidelines.
Keynote presenters have 35 minutes to present, followed by 10 minutes for questions.
If you have any videos or animations, then please test them in the presentation room during the breaks. To avoid problems in transitioning between speakers, you should not use your own laptop.
As in previous conferences, these presentations will be available for other participants for viewing before and after conference. Please note in comment box if you want other to view your presentation only in .pdf format.
The format of your poster should be A0 in portrait orientation (vertical). You should print this poster yourself and bring it with you.
Posters will be displayed in the foyer on the same floor as the conference room. They should be mounted on 18th May before 12:00. Your poster ID will be mentioned in the program booklet and on your posterboards. Our local organizers will be available to help you with putting up your poster.
You should prepare 1 PowerPoint slide, which will be used by you for the mini-presentation of your paper.
- You have maximum 2 minutes to present
- We recommend that you include your poster ID on your slide. These IDs can be found in the program.
All the slides for an entire mini-oral session will be collated into one presentation. You will be able to check the formatting of your slide during the conference.
The organising committee will not be held liable for any lost or damaged posters. Poster authors are expected to be present next to their poster during the interactive poster sessions to discuss their poster with the attendees.