I N S T R U C T I O N F O R
A U T H O R S
1. Guidelines for Oral Presentation
Oral presentations are planned for a total 20 minutes, including 15 minutes
for presenter plus 5 minutes for discussion. The lecture hall will be
equipped with overhead projector and a computer equipped with CD-drive and
USB port, with Windows system and appropriate software i.e. Power Point and
Presenters are kindly requested to be present in the lecture hall 10 min
before the session starts in order to introduce themselves to the session
chair and to check the technical facilities.
2. Guidelines for Poster Presentation
Unlike oral, poster presentations give authors and attendees the opportunity
to discuss results in details, and permit authors to adapt the presentation
with the viewer needs and expectations. For those reasons sometimes poster
sessions are called dialog sessions. The key to a successful poster
presentation is to prepare poster materials carefully.
The poster board area for each presentation is 2 m high by 0.98 m wide. You
may use the whole or a part of the area. The size of poster materials should,
accordingly, be easily read while standing in front. The title and the list
of authors, along with the addresses and affiliations, should be printed in
large, block letters. The posting of pages of a manuscript is strongly
discouraged. A few oversized graphs with concise captions or intriguing
question will catch the attention of your viewer who can then be engaged in
more detailed dialog or discussion.
It is important to organise the materials logically, so that an interested
viewer can grasp the motivation for the work, the methods used, and the most
Arrive well ahead of the scheduled poster session to arrange your poster
and be sure to have necessary supplies. Posters are to be attached to the
poster board with an adhesive tape provided by organisers. One or more
authors must be present during the session. Poster session will be one hour
All poster material should be removed promptly at the end of the session.
Paper preparation guidelines