Oral Presentation Poster Presentation

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Instruction for Oral Presentation:

Each Oral Presentation speaker will be given a total of 6 minutes. There will be a short buffer between each breakout session so that the next presenter has enough time to setup their presentation. It is preferred that you have your PowerPoint presentation on a flash drive for easy loading.

  • The preferred presentation format is PowerPoint; alternatively pdf can be used. Please save your PowerPoint with embedded font.
  • Windows (Including Windows 7 professional, Office 2010) is the only operating system available for the presentations.
  • Use of own PC or Macintosh for presenting is not possible.
  • Alternatively and for late changes presentations can be brought on a CD-Rom or USB memory device to the Preview Room.




Instruction for Poster Presentation:

  • The poster must be displayed in English only. Please use adequate letter type and size to ensure good readability.
  • Poster title should be identical to the title of the accepted abstract.
  • Poster board is 100 cm wide and 250 cm high, please do not exceed this size.
  • (Poster Size:90 cm width and 120 cm height)
  • >Poster Mounting: 15:30 – 17:00, Thursday, September 26.
    Poster Removing: 12:00 – 13:00, Sunday, September 29.
    It is possible to mount and remove in the above time at your convenience.
  • All posters displaying time is duly allocated from September 27, 09:00 AM to September 29, 12:00 PM.
  • Please note that abstract numbers will be announced on the official website. Please ensure that your poster is displayed on the correct poster board.
  • Mounting materials (adhesive tape) will be provided on each poster board.
  • Please note that accepted abstracts will only be allowed to publish if you are registered participants.
  • Authors are expected to be at their posters to discuss the details of their posters with participants freely. There will be no moderator with author during the poster presentation.

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