Poster Presentation guidelines:
The poster has to be printed by yourself. It should be hanged up before the session, and must be removed at the end of the congress day when that session is held. You will receive tape to hang up your poster at the venue. Posters must be prepared in A0 size (841 x 1189 mm), portrait format, in English. We recommend that you hang your posters in the early morning on the day of your presentation. They will remain accessible to all attendees on that day and you are expected to attend it during the session. Please note remaining posters cannot be stored and will be disposed of.
Oral Presentation guidelines:
In order to facilitate all the different formats of multimedia and operating systems that are being used for presentations, the organizing committee has decided that all talks must be delivered by the presenters’ own laptops, instead of being uploaded with a fixed format to an internal system.
There will be a toggle-connector system in each room (both VGA and HDMI) to connect to the projecting screen, similar to other large meeting formats, e.g. APS March Meeting.
Speakers should arrive at the meeting room at least 10 minutes before the session commences to meet the chairperson. At that time or any other opportunity prior to that, they should test their connections to the system to be certain it works. Speakers are responsible for bringing their won adaptor to the VGA or HDMI ports if their laptops require them, although we will try to have some around for emergencies. There will be technicians available to support speakers.
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