INFORMATION FOR PRESENTERS
Note that you MUST register to present at the meeting.
Oral speakers will present live to an in-person audience. Prepare a graphically rich presentation of your research, highlighting both the main points and the most interesting details.
Allotted times for
- Contributed talks are 12 minutes (10 minutes to present and 2 minutes for Q&A).
- Invited talks are 36 minutes (30 minutes to present and 6 minutes for Q&A).
- Plenary talks are 60 minutes (50 minutes to present and 10 minutes for Q&A).
Bring your slides in PDF or PPTX format on a flash drive. Arrive at least 15 minutes before your session starts and test the presentation on the meeting laptop. Inivted speakers (and others in exceptional cases) may use their own device if tested in advance with the projector in the room of the presentation.Only HDMI is available to connect your device; please bring an adapter if your device does not feature HDMI.
Follow the directions of the session chair and adhere to your allotted time strictly. Practice beforehand to ensure a smooth and timely delivery of your presentation. Prepare to answer short questions from the audience as moderated by the session chair.
Each poster must have a presenter. Posters must be no larger than 42 inches (W) x 36 inches (H) (landscape format). Presenters must set up poster on the assigned board at least 60 minutes prior to the start of the poster session, and for the duration of the poster session. Poster presenters need to prepare a 5-min talk to help attendees navigate the presented work. Poster presenters are required to stand by the poster during the scheduled poster session to answer questions from attendees. Presenters may remove their posters immediately after the poster session or leave them there for further display as according to the instructions of the meeting organizer.