Guidelines for Preparing Poster
Posters should be 1.18 m high and 0.84 m wide (Format A0, Portrait). Abstracts scheduled for presentation in poster sessions will be grouped by topic, numbered and listed in the Final Program. The poster boards will be numbered according to the program.
The official sessions for Poster Presentations are:
- Monday, July 4: Poster with odd numbers (PO-1, PO-3, PO-5, ..)
- Tuesday, July 5: Poster with even numbers (PO-2, PO-4, PO-6, ..)
Authors are requested to be in front of the poster during their official session time.
All poster should me mounted by Monday morning and should be removed after the Poster session on Tuesday afternoon.
The poster session will take place at the conference venue, nearby the lecture hall. We will provide adhesive tapes for mounting your poster.
Guidelines for Poster Flash Talks
Flash Talks will be 8 minutes long, and there is no discussion directly after the flash talk, but of course at the following official poster sessions:
- Monday, July 4: Flash Talks PT-1 to PT-6
- Tuesday, July 5: Flash Talks PT-7 to PT-12
A presentation file must be prepared similar to the guidelines for the oral talks in the next paragraph.
Guidelines for Preparing Talks
The conference lecture hall will be equipped with a video beamer, resolution 1024 x 768; standard XGA.
A laptop for Powerpoint presentations will be provided. You must use the provided equipment instead of your own laptop to avoid technical problems! This laptop runs Windows 7 and Office 2010. If you need special software for your presentation (Video Player, etc), please ask by email, if this can be provided.
Speakers are requested to hand in their slides to the slide center the day before their session. A laptop (identical to the presentation laptop) will be available to check your presentation.
OPs will have a time slot of 15 minutes and no discussion is planned after the talks.