The presentation times for oral sessions are as follows: contributed presentations are 15 minutes each, invited talks are 30 minutes, and tutorials are 45 minutes. Each presentation will have a break for questions during the last 2-3 minutes of each presentation.
Poster sessions are scheduled to provide an opportunity for selected papers to be presented in greater visual detail and should facilitate vivid discussions with attendees. All poster presenters will be supplied with a bulletin board that is 8-feet high x 4-feet wide. As the bottom 3 feet are often difficult to view, please plan to have your poster fit within a section that is 5-feet high x 4-foot wide (152 cm x 121 cm). Presenters will be provided with pins. Authors must remain in the vicinity of the bulletin board for the duration of the session (60-90 minutes) to answer questions. Note that poster presenters are not supplied with any audiovisual equipment. Those requiring such equipment should refrain from requesting the poster only or poster preferred formats on the submission form. For more details about Poster Presentation Guidelines click here.
Like a conventional poster, an e-poster should convey an author’s introduction, motivation, results, and conclusions, on one screen. However, e-posters will provide the author with the option to digitally bring up supplemental details for deeper discussion. Authors should request to be considered for an E-Poster during the submission process.
Authors should plan to spend the majority of their time on the main page, or in the case of Prezi or Prezi-like presentations, at the top level and should go to links and deeper detail in response to questions. Links within the main page may bring up supplemental material giving details of methods or calculations, deeper background material, or further directions for future research. Authors may take advantage of the medium to display movies, but movies should be short and allow the audience to briefly take in the content before moving on. Authors will be provided a large screen display and will be expected to bring their own computer. They may use any presentation software they wish including Keynote, PowerPoint, Prezi, or others. Examples of E-posters can be found below.
Other examples of E-poster and E-poster temaples may be found at http://www.eposterboards.com/.
Postdeadline papers are presented as oral presentations during a special session toward the end of the conference. The presentation time will be determined during sessioning, but is generally around 15 minutes each, including questions.