- Oral presentations, including time for questions and answers, will be limited to twenty (20) minutes. Please aim to speak for fifteen minutes (15), and allow about five minutes (5) for questions and answers. We will prepare a PC at the venue with Microsoft Windows 7 and PowerPoint 2013, so please bring your presentation on a USB memory stick that has been virus-checked. Prior to the start of the presentation session, please pass the USB to the PC secretary to copy it onto the venue PC.
- You may also bring your presentation file on your own computer. In that case, please also bring any special connector you may need, as we will have only prepared an RGB and HDMI cable.
- Please check our website for details on individual timetables, which will be posted when they are confirmed.
- The timetable has been uploaded onto our website; please be sure to confirm your own time slots.
Poster Presentation and "Flash Talk":
- Poster panels should be 90 cm (W) x 210 cm (H) in size, and should roughly fit into A0 size (841 mm x 1189 mm) or ANSI E dimensions (34 in x 44 in).
- Poster session will be held on the second day (October 24) from around 7:00 p.m. Prior to that, we will establish a poster “flash” talk period beginning from 4:30 p.m in the Large Conference Room. In the flash talk period (section), we will allocate two minutes to each speaker to explain their poster/research (including speaker changeover time) using one PDF file (ONE PAGE only); please try to keep your talk under one minute and thirty seconds. Please prepare the PDF file of ONE PAGE (horizontal text on A4 or letter-sized paper) to go with your talk in advance; slideshows, animations, and videos are not allowed.
Using the same online registration system used to submit your theme, please submit your PDF file via the “add file” tab by October 12 (for the details please refer to How to Upload a PDF File for Your Flash Talk). Please name the file “Poster number_Your last name.pdf” (e.g. “01_Smith.pdf”). If the file name does not contain the poster number, the submitted documents may not be projected on the day. We will project the files we have received on screen for the designated two minutes; please come to the podium and give your talk when your presentation appears.
If necessary, we can provide an overhead projector for any printed documents you bring with you.
- The timetable has been uploaded onto our website. The poster numbers correspond to the order in which the above “flash” talks will be given.
- Posters can be put up as soon as you have registered on the day. We will provide the pins necessary to display them.