1 Jul 2017
1 Dec 2017 (Extended to 10 Jan 2018)
15 Jan 2018
16 Apr 2018 (Extended to 15 Jun 2018)
From 16 July 2018
By 17 September 2018
Presenter Guides Last updated: 18 Sep 2018
Presenters need to use the computers provided in the meeting rooms to present their materials. Total presentation duration is 15 minutes including time for Q & A and speaker changeover.
Please prepare and bring your slides in a thumb drive. Do bring a backup copy of your slides in another thumb drive. We strongly encourage you to prepare slides according to the following formats:
Slides - .ppt, .pptx, pdf (Size - 4:3)
Video - .mov, .avi, .mpg, .mp4, .wmv
Oral Presentation - Making the Presentation Onsite
Prepare Your Presentation
Length of presentation material should be in accordance with your time allotted. Total duration including Q&A and speaker changeover is 15 minutes for each talk. Please refer to the Final Schedule for actual presentation times. You are kindly requested to be at the presentation room at least 15 minutes before the session starts.
Determine Your Audio-Visual Needs
Each meeting room comes equipped with a laser pointer and clicker, computer, LCD projector and screen. The computers in the meeting rooms are being provided to Windows‐based PC users. The PC will be configured with Microsoft Windows operating system. Please bring your presentation files in Thumb drives only. For MAC-laptop users, please bring your own VGA adapter cable.
Create a Backup Copy of Your Presentation
We recommend that you bring at least 2 copies of your presentation to the meeting for backup purposes. Only thumb drives are acceptable.
Give Your Presentation
Be considerate to the other speakers and audience by staying within your allocated time. The allocated time for your presentation includes a discussion and a changeover to the next speaker. Session Chairs will hold you to the allotted time. This is essential to ensure adequate time for questions and discussion as well as adherence to the schedule. Please discuss the same material as reported in your abstract submission. At the end of the meeting, all presentation files will be destroyed.
Poster presentations will be held from Wed-31 Oct to Fri-02 Nov 2018 at the Exhibition/Poster Hall (Summit 1). Poster boards are pre-assigned and marked with your Paper ID. At least one author of your paper is expected to be present during the poster session. Please feel free to approach the Poster Help Desk for assistance.
|Authors Put Up Posters||Wed-31 October, 08:30 – 10:30|
|Poster Session||Wed-31 October, 10:30 - 11:00|
|Thu-01 November, 10:15 - 10:45|
|Poster Tear-down||Fri-02 November, Latest By 18:00|
Each presenter is provided with a 1m width x 2.5m high high poster panel. The presentation must cover the same material as the paper submitted. The poster should be 1 x A0 size in vertical/portrait format, measuring 841 mm length x 1189 mm height maximum.
Place your Paper ID, Paper Title and Authors’ names prominently at the top of the poster to allow viewers to identify your paper easily. Presenter’s name must be underlined and in bold letterings.
Author’s names, e-mails and address information must be provided in case the viewer is interested in contacting you for more information.
You have complete freedom in displaying your information in figures, tables, text, photographs, etc. in the poster.
A successful poster presentation depends on how well you convey information to an interested (but not expert) audience. You may wish to structure your poster by including the background of your research followed by results and conclusions.
Some Suggestions on How to Prepare a Good Poster
Design Clear and Concise Messages
A poster that is overcrowded is unattractive and difficult to read. When showing results, present only those information that illustrate the main findings of the project when. Choose simple words and avoid long sentences.
Easy to Read From a Distance
The text of your poster should be large enough and easily read from a distance of 1.5 to 2 m. Suitable display size ranges from 19 pt for text to 70 pt for title. Here is the suggested guide:
· Use 20 pt for text 70 pt for your title
· For good contrast, chose a bolder font
· Do not use all UPPER CASE as it makes your poster difficult to read
A Picture Paints a Thousand Words
Use graphs (instead of tables) to present numerical data