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Guidelines for Papers and Presentations

Content
Instructions for Oral Presentation
Instructions for Poster Presentations
More detailed information
Instructions for Oral Presentations
  • Each oral presentation will be 15 minutes long, followed by 5 minutes of discussion. The chairs of the sessions will be instructed to adhere strictly to the program. Speakers will not be allowed to exceed their allotted time for presentation, so make sure that you are able to stay within the 15 minutes time limit.
  • All presentation rooms will be equipped with a PC and corresponding software (Office XP) for PowerPoint slides. It is not allowed to use your own laptop.
  • Please bring your presentation on CD-ROM or memory stick. Use only standard fonts in the preparation of your PowerPoint slides. Some of the oral presentations will be given in large lecture halls (seating up to 700 people), so a font size of at least 20 pt will be necessary to enable proper visualization of your presentation for a large audience.
  • Please load your presentation file onto a computer in the speaker preparation room 1 day in advance of your session. We highly recommend that you take advantage of one of the early file loading opportunities to check your presentation or to make last minute changes. Having the presentation files loaded in advance will help to ensure that the sessions run on schedule without delays.
  • More details on the opening hours of the Speakers Ready Room, further practical information and details on the final technical program will follow in due time.
     
Instructions for Poster Presentations
We would like to emphasize the importance of poster presentations during the congress. Posters and informal poster discussions are one of the best and most stimulating ways of communicating science. The poster area is integrated in the Exhibition and Catering area and poster sessions are scheduled on Monday and Wednesday also during the lunch and coffee breaks. This will certainly ensure a good turnout.
  • Poster sessions will be held at designated times where authors will have the opportunity to present their work.
  • Posters must be displayed during the entire length of the designated period
  • Poster boards, poster numbers and adhesive materials will be available to delegates to display
  • Posters must be mounted on the first day of the designated period between 07:30 and 9.00 in the morning and remain mounted until the end of the designated period.
  • Posters should not should not be larger than 147 cm in height and 97 cm in width
  •  Authors must be present at their posters throughout their assigned poster session.
  • Presenting authors are recommended to be present at their poster board during all breaks.
  • The poster must have the same information as the submitted manuscript
  • Title, Name(s) of Author(s), photograph of presenting author must appear at the top of the poster:
  • Please make sure that the title and content of your poster matches the information you submitted in your manuscript. The use of color is recommended.
  • The text and illustrations should be large enough to read from a distance of two meters (six feet).
  • It is strongly recommended that posters are professionally designed and printed to project a positive image of the presenter's work.
  • Posters must be removed after the designated period of display. Posters that are not removed will be removed by the congress organization. The organization will not be responsible for posters that are not removed on time.
  • More details on further practical information and details on the final technical program will follow in due time
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More detailed information
More details for all authors will be forthcoming. These details will include:
  • the opening hours of the Speakers Ready Room, further practical information and details on the final technical program;
  • dimensions and orientation (portrait or landscape) of the poster boards
  • the time and facilities available to authors for their oral and poster presentation;
  • the location of the Speakers’ Ready Room;
  • the time and location for the Authors’ Breakfast and
  • the names of Session Chairs.