The time slot for an oral presentation is 20
minutes, including discussion. Your talk should therefore not
exceed 15 minutes, allowing 4 minutes for questions/answers, and 1
minute to switch over to the next speaker. The room for oral
presentations will be equipped with a laptop or PC running Windows
XP. Microsoft PowerPoint and Acrobat Reader will be
available on the machine.
You will not be allowed to use your own laptop to
present your talk. You must upload your presentation onto the server
beforehand. The workshop staff must have your presentation on the
server before the welcome message. Oral paper presenters are
strongly encouraged to upload their presentations well in advance of
this deadline. You are encouraged to do so using a USB memory stick.
You will be also able to (and should) confirm that your presentation
will be properly displayed by the equipment in the lecture hall at
Presenters with needs for their
presentation not covered by the above description (e.g. loudspeakers)
are kindly invited to mail Kay Berkling (kay at berkling.com) and/or
Diego Giuliani (giuliani at fbk.eu) soon.
Participants who wish to present a demo during the poster sessions are invited to send an email with a short description of their demo and relative requirements (e.g. table, low-noise environment, etc.) to Kay Berkling (kay at berkling.com) and/or Diego Giuliani (giuliani at fbk.eu).
Poster presenters are provided with a poster
tripods/easel which size is 30 inch (76.2 cm) wide and 40
inch (101.6 cm) high. Your poster is not allowed to exceed
- The title of your poster should appear at the top
in capital letters about 25mm (1 inch) high. Below the title, put the
author(s) name(s) and affiliation(s).
- Carefully prepare your poster well in advance of
the workshop. There will be no time or materials available for
last-minute preparations at the workshop.
- Use color for highlighting and to make your poster
attractive. Use pictures, diagrams, figures, etc., rather than only
text wherever possible.
- The smallest text on your poster should be at least
9mm (3/8 inch) high, and the important points should be in a larger
- Make your poster as self-explanatory as possible.
This will save you time to use for discussions and questions.
At the workshop please remember to put up the poster
during the lunch break or, in any case, at least 10' before the poster