Presentation Instructions

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Oral Presentations
The duration of a presentation slot is 20 minutes. You will have 15 minutes for the presentation itself and 5 minutes for questions from the audience.

A LCD projector & computer (Windows 8, MS Powerpoint & Adobe Acrobat Reader) will be available in every session room for regular presentations. 

Preparation of Visuals:

PLEASE NOTE THAT INDIVIDUALS USING COMPUTER PROJECTION MUST BRING A MEMORY STICK CONTAINING THEIR PRESENTATION. Files can be uploaded to the local PCs in the lecture rooms during the breaks between the sessions. To avoid software compatibility problems (MS Powerpoint), speakers are advised to bring a .ppt or .pptx or PDF-version of their presentation.

Speakers should arrive in their session room 15 minutes BEFORE the start of their session to report to the chair person. If you are presenting during a session which does not have a break before it, report to your presentation room 15 minutes prior to the session before yours. 

Poster Presentations

There will be a number of posters presented during the Conference.

Three poster sessions have been scheduled: one for “Recent Results” and two for regular posters.

All the posters should be put up on the first day of the conference and will remain on display for the whole duration. Authors are expected to attend the poster session as scheduled in the program. 

The placement of your poster will be marked on the panel, where it will be presented with the last 5 digits of your paper as shown in EDAS.

The recommended format is A0 portrait: 84.1 cm x 118.9 cm (33.1 in x 46.8 in)

Please include a 5 cm x 5 cm photo of the presenter in the upper right hand corner of the poster, and underline the name of the presenter in the author listing.

Double sided tape or push pins will  be available at the conference desk. After you have removed your poster, please leave the pins on the board.

Best Poster Prize

STMicroelectronics will be awarding the 5 best poster presentations with the STMicroelectronics Life Augmented Best Poster Award. A prize will be given to the winners during the closing ceremony of the conference. The prize will be a wearable sensor unit (STEVAL-WESU1), pictured below. The user can experience a real activity monitor system and immediately begin appreciating the sensor data acquisition, as well as all of the embedded hardware and firmware features.