Oral presenters will have 15 minutes to present, followed by 4 minutes of question and answer, and 1 minute for speaker change. The timing will be strict, and session chairs will be requested to stop speakers exceeding the 15-minute presentation slot. Presenters should introduce themselves to the session chairs during the break before the start of their oral session.
The format of special sessions may vary. Presenters in these sessions will receive a special information from their respective special session chairs.
Location: Regency AB, Street Level, Hyatt Regency San Francisco
Speakers are required to use the computers provided by the conference for their oral presentations. Personal laptops may not be used. The conference has arranged for PC laptops equipped with the following:
PowerPoint or Adobe PDF are the accepted presentation formats. Multi-media sound or video files to be presented with slides must be provided at speaker check-in with clear instruction on slide number where file should be played.
Aspect ratio of projectors will be 4:3.
Presentations must be submitted on a USB stick at the Speaker Check-In Desk during the designated hours to ensure your talk is accompanied by slides
|Presentation Date||Presentation Due to Speaker Check-In|
|Friday, 9 September||Thursday, 8 September||07:30 - 17:00|
|Saturday, 10 September||Friday, 9 September||07:30 - 17:00|
|Sunday, 11 September||Saturday, 10 September||07:30 - 17:00|
|Monday, 12 September||Sunday, 11 September||07:30 - 17:00|
|Green = Talk Time||Yellow = Q&A||Red Flash = End Talk|
|Oral Abstract||15 minutes||4 minutes||Light Flashes (End Presentation)|
Poster Presentation Requirements
The heading comprises of a title for the research project, author names, and author affiliations (including city and country). Headings have more impact in a sans serif font such as Helvetica or Arial.
Title (no smaller than 72 points, preferably in a sans serif font)
Author names (no smaller than 36 points, preferably in a sans serif font)
Affiliations (no smaller than 26 points, preferably in a sans serif font)
Abstract: The abstract summarizes the main results succinctly.
Body: The body text of the poster will describe background, methodology, results, and interpretation. Body text should be no smaller than 16 points and preferably in a sans-serif font such as Helvetica or Arial.
Graphics: The graphics are essential for an effective poster. Include captions below each graphic. Captions for graphics should be no smaller than 14 points and preferably in a sans-serif font. Graphics should be understandable without recourse to a detailed text caption.
Conclusions: Conclusions should be clear and succinct and provide "take home" messages.