Guidelines for oral presentations
Oral presentations will be grouped in sessions scheduled in specific lecture rooms, and will be listed in the programme together with the starting and ending times for each presentation, including time for discussion and changeover. The oral presentation sessions will be scheduled in time blocks. Please note that the total time available for your oral presentation includes 3 minutes for questions and discussion, e.g. a 15-minute talk should be 12 minutes of actual presentation and 3 minutes of discussion. Please be advised that any presentations exceeding the time limit will be ended by the moderators in the interest of fairness to other presenters. Your presentation must be formatted in a 4:3 aspect ratio.
The oral presentations will not be centrally organised. Therefore, presenters are kindly asked to upload their presentations directly to the presentation notebook in the respective lecture room no later than 30 minutes before the actual time block including the respective session begins. A lecture room assistant will be available to help you with any issues.
One copy of your presentation should be labelled with the following information:
- Parallel session number
- Oral or poster presentation
- Temporal order of presentation according to programme
- Name of the author
- Date of presentation
Example: third oral presentation by M. Miller on 24 September in Session 2 -> TP2-O-03-Miller-20190924.ppt
Lecture room equipment
- Notebook for uploading presentations (USB flash drive)
- Presenter to switch slides incl. laser pointer
Lecture room software
- Windows 7
- MS Office 2010 (PowerPoint, Word)
- OpenOffice 4.0
- OpenOffice 4.0
- Adobe Reader 11.1
- Windows Media Player 12.0
Guidelines for poster presentations
Poster boards must be in portrait format. The poster dimensions should correspond to the portrait DIN A0 format (1189 mm high x 841 mm wide).
All the material necessary for attaching the poster to the poster board will be available at the facility desks in the respective poster area. In addition, there will be assistants to help authors with putting up or taking down their posters.
The number of each poster paper, and of its corresponding poster board and place, will be listed in the appropriate session programme.