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  (on invitation) 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 or less, in PORTRAIT, NOT Landscape). The presenting authors should be available during the poster sessions to present/answer questions on their posters (see program).