ORAL PRESENTATION GUIDELINES
- All presentations and questions must be in English, as English is the official language of the conference.
- The time allocated for a presentation is 15 minutes, with a further 5 minutes allowed for discussion.
- Computers and projectors will be available at each conference room. Speakers should bring their presentation on a USB memory stick in order to transfer it to the computer in the presentation room. The room staff will assist you to upload your file to the computer. You will not generally be able to plug your own laptop into the conference projection system.
- Prepare your slides as a PowerPoint or a PDF file. To avoid software compatibility problems, speakers are advised to put both Microsoft Powerpoint and PDF versions of their presentation on the USB stick.
- Speakers should arrive in their session room at least 10 minutes before the start of their session to upload their file (if not done before) and to report to the Session Chair. Files can also be uploaded before, during the breaks between the sessions.
- If you need special material for your presentation (e.g. embedded video) please contact email@example.com by November 15.
- Speakers are invited to prepare a short biographical note (not more than 3-5 text lines), and hand it to the session Chair before the start of the session. These short notes will be used by session Chairs for introducing each speaker.
POSTER PRESENTATION GUIDELINES
Poster presenters are requested to bring their own poster to the conference. The required poster size is A1 (no larger than 60 cm high and 90 cm wide), and landscape oriented. All presentations and questions must be in English, as English is the official language of the conference.
- Posters may be prepared on one sheet (strongly suggested method) or alternatively on several smaller sheets.
- The text, illustrations, etc. should be bold enough to be read from a distance of two meters.
- Material for attaching the poster will be available in the poster area for hanging posters. Staff will also available to assist you with poster location. Putting up the poster will be done by each author.
POSTER PRESENTATION – PHD COMPETITION
The PhD poster competition will take place during Wednesday 16/11/2022 and Thursday 17/11/2022. Posters will be displayed these two days in the Planetarium Hall, so that the DCIS attendees can see them during most of the conference.
Authors are invited to:
- Put up their poster on 16/11/2022 between 8:30h and 11:30h.
- Stand next to their poster during the three coffee breaks of these two days, in order to present their research advances and discuss with the conference attendees. The poster exhibition area is also where coffee breaks are served, trying to promote interaction between presenters and attendees.
- The schedule for these coffee breaks is:
Wednesday 16/11/2022: 11:30h-12:10h and 16:20h-17:20h
Thursday 17/11/2022: 11:30h-12:10h
- Remove their poster on 17/11/2022 from 15:00h to 16:30h
PhD posters will be evaluated during these two first conference days. The winner of the PhD competition will be announced on the gala dinner on Thursday 18. He/she is expected to make a 10-minute oral presentation of his/her work at the closing ceremony of the conference (Friday 18/11/2022 from 13:00h to 13:10h).
POSTER PRESENTATION – REGULAR POSTER SESSION
The poster session is scheduled on Friday 18/11/2022 from 10:20h to 11:50h in the Planetarium Hall. Note that the first part of the poster session overlaps with a coffee break (that takes place in the same location) trying to promote interaction between presenters and attendees.
Authors are invited to:
- Put up their poster on 18/11/2022 between 8:30h and 10:20h.
- Stand next to their poster in order to present their research advances and discuss with the conference attendees.
- Remove their poster after the session.
We recommend that you insert a conference logo at least in one of your slides or in your poster. You can use the following files:
Low-resolution logo, no text
High-resolution logo, no text
Logo width text and background