ORAL presentations

Oral presentations should be prepared in MS Powerpoint format (.ppt or .pptx). The preferred format for the power point presentations is 16:9 (as opposed to 4:3).

The presenting authors are asked to adhere to their time limits (see below).

Plenary lectures (on invitation) will have 45 min, i.e., 30-35 min to present and 10 min for discussion. Plenary lectures are given prior to the parallel sessions each day (morning and afternoon).

Keynote presentations  will have 25 min, i.e., 18-20 min to present and 5 min for discussion. Keynote presentations are presented within a session and introduce/review the specific area addressed by the session.

Regular oral presentations will have 15 min, i.e., 12-13 min to present and 2-3 min for discussion.

Flash oral presentations will have 5 min, i.e., 4 min to present and 1 min to get to podium (with no question period).



POSTER presentations

Poster panels will be suitable for posters with A0 format (approx. 85 cm x 120 cm, in PORTRAIT, NOT LANDSCAPE). The presenting authors should be available during the poster sessions to present/answer questions on their posters (see program).