Presentations

Guidelines for oral presentations

Oral presentations must last a maximum of 15 minutes, followed by 5 minutes of questions / answers with the audience.
Presenters are invited to upload their presentation, next to the registration desk, the day before their presentation and on Wednesday morning if they are to present on Wednesday.

The available software versions are MS-Powerpoint 2016, LibreOffice Impress 6.0, Adobe Reader DC 2018; they are installed on computers with MS-Windows-10.

The accepted formats are OOXML (pptx, ppt accepted too but, please, prefer pptx over obsolete ppt), OpenDocument (odp) and PDF. Each speaker is invited to check the conformity of his presentation with at least one of the available softwares.

Do not forget to embed all used images and objects in your presentation. Do not use linked object in your presentation because it will not be found when you will have moved your presentation to the conference PC. If you really need to link an external object like a video, use a relative path to the same folder as the presentation and make the external file as small as possible.

The name of the presentation file must include the last name of the first author of the manuscript.

Guidelines for posters

Posters must be printed as vertical A0 format.
Vertical plates of 2mx1m, and tape + blu-tack will be available on site for fixing your poster.
The poster session will take place on Wednesday afternoon (see the program page).
You are invited to install your poster in the main hall as soon as possible, starting Tuesday evening.