Scientific Program Presentation Guidelines

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The Scientific Program Committee would like to acknowledge all speakers for their presentation. To ensure that the content(s) are shared effectively with all participants, we advise all speakers to comply with the following guidelines.

Presentation File Upload
  • - Please bring your final presentation files on a USB drive to the Preview Room at least 1 hour before your scheduled presentation.
  • - When reviewing your presentation file, please make sure all fonts and images appear as expectedly.
  • - After you have finished reviewing and/or making changes to your presentation, please notify an A/V technician so that they can review and upload your files onto the PCs connected to each session room.
Preview Room
  • - Location: Summit Room Lobby
  • - Operating Hours: September 9 ~10, 08:30-17:00
  • - All discussion will proceed at the end of each session.
  • - Please note that chairs are under strict instructions to follow the limited time allotment per presenter for smooth running of the session.
  • - Arrive in your session room at least 20 minutes before the session begins.
  • - You will be responsible for controlling/advancing the slides during your presentation.
A/V Equipment
  • - Session rooms will be equipped with the following items: A computer running Windows with MS Office 2010, Acrobat Reader 8.0, Windows Media Players and a microphone. A podium will be provided for the presenters as well.
  • - There will also be an AV technician in each session room to assist you with technical issues.
  • - We DO NOT recommend using your own laptop computer for your presentation to avoid problems with computer-projector compatibility and to save the time that would otherwise be needed for changing connections.
  • - If you wish to use your own laptop or require internet access for your presentation, we advise you to inform the technician in advance.
Presentation Material Format
  • - It is strongly recommended that all presenters prepare their presentation materials in Microsoft Office PowerPoint (PPT) file format.
  • - Use a standard font such as Times New Roman, Arial or Tahoma which be included on the session room computers. If you use any special or unique fonts for your presentation it may not appear correctly using the session room computers.
  • - While you can insert images directly into your PPT presentation slides, these should be kept to a minimum.
    Images at a resolution greater than 300 dpi are not necessary and will only increase the file size. JPG, GIF or BMP images are the preferred file for inserted images.
  • - Use of animations should also be kept to a minimum.