You will be notified of the date and time of your presentation by mid-December. Please plan your trip so that you will be able to attend the entire conference, as we will not be able to accept requests for schedule changes.
The presentation screen is run on a Windows 10 computer with PowerPoint (Office 2016) and Adobe Reader installed. Your poster should be in .ppt, .pptx, or .pdf format. Prepare a single slide for presentation in widescreen (16:9) format, as for print posters. The resolution of the screen is full HD: 1920 × 1080.
If you include animations or videos in your poster, we recommend incorporating them into a single slide, accompanied by text. Your poster will be presented on a touchscreen, so you can start or stop your animations by touching them (or you can loop your movies). You may prepare additional slides with further data for interested audience, but we strongly recommend presenting the most important findings of the study on a single slide.
Do not include audio elements in the presentation.
You can bring your poster on a USB stick or access it online.
We recommend preparing landscape posters.
The size of the poster boards is 2 m × 1 m, suggested poster size is 120 cm (width) × 80 cm (height).
You can put up your poster in the morning on the day of your presentation. It has to be removed after the poster session.
We recommend preparing widescreen (16:9) slides in HD resolution (1920 × 1080 pixels).
A PC laptop with PowerPoint will be available for presentation, but you should also be able to connect your own computer to the projector via HDMI or VGA cables. Please bring your own converter to any other connectors (such as USB-C, DisplayPort, MiniDisplayPort, DVI).
We recommend bringing a backup USB stick with your presentation in .ppt or .pptx format in case of emergency.
Each paper presentation will be 15 minutes long with an additional 5-minute Q&A.
Each regular symposium talk will be 15 minutes long with an additional 5-minute Q&A. There will be an additional 10-minute period for general discussion at the end of the symposium session.