ORAL PRESENTATIONS/POSTERS: PREPARATION GUIDELINES
All speakers must deliver their presentations with at least 1 hour in advance by sending them to the organization’s email (email@example.com) or by providing them on a memory stick to the A&V technician.”
- Invited speakers: 50 minutes + 10 minutes for Q&A
- Other speakers (from expanded abstracts chosen by the Scientific Committee: 25 minutes + 5 minutes for Q&A
All oral presentations must be accompanied by a PowerPoint presentation. Presenters are fully responsible for the presentation content (order, graphics, etc.).
To prepare your presentation, please use an up-to-date version of Microsoft PowerPoint (but older versions are also supported). The screen aspect ratio will be 16:9. Please avoid using Apple Keynote and Prezi presentations. The on-site computers will handle Windows versions of PowerPoint only.
Please make sure your presentation is in a compatible format as indicated below.
- Presentation: PPTX, PPT, PDF
- Video: AVI, MPG, MKV, MOV, MP4, WMV
- Audio: WMA, MP3, WAV
- Pictures: JPG, GIF, BMP, TIF
Do not forget, when saving your final presentation on a memory stick, to make sure that you included your video or multimedia files (if any). Kindly note that the presentation computers will not have internet access, so any external content should be embedded directly in the presentation.
Each work presented in the form of a poster will be entitled to a panel area measuring 0.90m in width by 1.20m in height and should include the following fields:
- Authors (with their respective institutions and contact email);
- Introduction (or “Abstract”);
- Materials and Methods;
- Conclusions (optional);
- References (optional);
- Acknowledgments (optional).
The title and the authors of the poster should be the same as those presented in the extended abstract, following exactly the same order.
The event logo – AVAILABLE HERE – should be placed in the upper left corner with a minimum length of 10 cm.
Acknowledgments (optional). The presentations should be concise, clear, and to the point, focusing on essential information in each section.
The poster should be of high quality so that the text can be read from a minimum distance of 1.5 meters. To achieve this, please use lettering with a height of 15 to 20 mm (72 to 85 pt) for titles and subtitles, and 5 to 6 mm in height (30 to 40 pt) for the main text.
Experimental results can be illustrated with figures (photos and graphs) and/or tables. In tables, the caption should be positioned above the table body, while for figures (photos and graphs), the caption should be placed below.
Bibliographic citations (optional) should be brief (author, journal name, volume, page number, year). Poster setup on the appropriate location should be done by the presenters on the day indicated in the presentation schedule, which will be informed later. The author should display the poster at the time defined by the thematic area according to the scheduled time and day. The presenter should be available to those interested in reviewing their work during the allocated time in the event schedule.
ATTENTION: It is the responsibility of the authors to set up and remove their posters. All materials that are not removed after the presentation time will be discarded by the event organizers.