- All presentations must be prepared and delivered in English
All presenters are asked to respect the duration of presentations as follows:
– 10 min (presentation) + 5 min (Q&A) for podium presentations;
– 25 min (presentation) + 5 min (Q&A) for keynote lectures.
– MS PowerPoint or PDF, landscape format;
– 16:9 HD presentations (1080p);
– films embedded videos in power point for optimal compatibility (do not forget to embed your fonts and to bring your video files separately, as back-up solution);
– the use of personal laptops for presentation is not allowed.
- Speakers’ upload center will be located in the Congress venue and technicians will check the presentation with you and upload it to the correct meeting room. Please bring your presentation on USB and come to upload it ideally on the day before, or at least 2 hours before your session starts, during breaks.
- Make sure to be present in the meeting room at least 10 minutes prior to the start of your session and let the chairperson know you are there. Please make sure to stay in your session from the beginning on to ensure smooth changes between the individual presentations.
- There will be assisting staff in the lecture room if any problems occur.
- Presenters are kindly asked to be present by their posters during the indicated session time and during the coffee breaks to briefly present their posters and answer any questions from the conference delegates.
Set up of posters:
- You have to bring your printed paper poster to the venue. The measurements should be approximately 70 x 100 cm, vertical orientation.
- Each poster has a specific number, therefore please make sure to mount your poster on the poster board with the corresponding number.
- Onsite assistance will be available to help you to display your poster.
- Posters of Day 1 and Day 2 should be mounted within 10:00 am of September 18 and 19, respectively and must be removed by the end of the presenting day.
- Please note that all posters not dismantled at 18:30 of each presenting day will be removed and disposed by the congress staff.