Before preparing your oral or poster presentation and before coming to the Congress, we recommend you take a few minutes to read the following guidelines:
Oral Presentation Guidelines
Poster Presentation Guidelines
Oral presentations are always accompanied by PowerPoint presentations. The speakers are entirely responsible for the presentation content (order, graphics etc…). All presentations and questions must be delivered in English, as English is the official language of the congress. Time reserved for scientific presentation is:
All presentations should meet commonly compatible format, preferably using PowerPoint version 2010 or higher in 16:9 aspect ratio.
Supported file types:
When saving the final presentation to a USB stick, all video files if having any and all links to these multimedia files must be saved on the device with the presentation.
Presentations must be handed over to the personnel in the SPEAKERS´ PREVIEW ROOM, either with a CD or a USB stick, as far in advance as possible and TWO hours BEFORE the start of entire session, where the presentation is to be displayed, AT THE LATEST. The presentation for an early morning session should be handed over the evening before.
SPEAKERS' PREVIEW ROOM will be located on the 2nd floor in the Quadrant room and will be available in the following times:
All presentations will be sent directly to the lecture room through the internal computer network. Please, we kindly ask all authors NOT to come at the last minute with their own computer into the lecture room. All presentations must be downloaded in the SPEAKERS´ PREVIEW ROOM beforehand.
Please note the posters should not exceed the given dimensions, which are 90 x 120 cm, portrait orientation. Posters will be hanged on a standard 100 x 200 cm carpet poster boards. The organizer will provide suitable fixing material.
Poster area will be located on 2nd floor of Clarion Congress hotel in Zenit room. Poster area will be open for mounting as of Sunday, 6 November from 17:00. All posters should be set up at 10:15 on Monday, 7 November at the latest. Posters will remain displayed within the whole congress period. Each poster board was given a specific number. Authors are kindly asked to make sure to mount their poster on the poster board with the number corresponding to the number assigned to their poster presentation (e. g. P 01, P 02 etc…).
Posters must be removed by their authors at the end of the congress. Congress organizers cannot accept responsibility for any material left behind, posters left at the end of the congress will be automatically trashed.