Instructions for presenters
Guidelines for oral presentations
Presentation time is 25 minutes for long papers and 15 minutes for short papers, including introductions, questions and switching between presentations.
Please plan for your actual presentation to last no more than 20 minutes if you have a long paper and 12 minutes if you have a short paper. This allows 5 minutes (for long papers) and 3 minutes (for short papers) for questions and switching presenters. It is very important that the sessions remain on time.
Please note that we are following the procedure below for oral presentations:
- You should load your presentation into the laptop provided by the organizing committee, instead of using your own laptop. The laptops in each room have software to capture the slides, in order to support video editing with slide synchronization;
- you can deliver your slides in PDF or PPT format;
- you should give your PDF or PPT file to the support staff, who will be on hand to assist you;
- you should arrive to your session room 15 minutes before the session starts to meet with your session chair (i.e., during the break immediately preceding your session); and
Guidelines for poster presentations
We request that your posters be at most A0 size (84 cm wide x 118 cm high — 33.1 in × 46.8 in) in a portrait orientation. Materials for attaching posters to poster boards (push-pins, double-sided tape, etc.) will be provided. The poster boards have approximately 1m length x 2m height.
Please affix your poster to your assigned poster board prior to your specified poster session, i.e., during the break immediately preceding your session. We have scheduled two parallel poster sessions with clusters of papers in the same topics that run simultaneously to the oral presentation sessions. You will need to remove your poster immediately the end of your session, i.e., exactly when the next break starts.
The organizing committee has chosen to have more poster sessions with fewer papers, giving these sessions an equal footing to the oral sessions. Hopefully, the poster sessions will be as well attended as oral sessions.