Oral presentation

The following audio-video equipment will be in each lecture hall: One data projector, one Apple laptop and a laser pointer/presenter. TheApple equipped with PowerPoint 2010, Adobe Acrobat Reader and software for playing videos with/without sound.  In lecture hall 6C/F two microphones will be available.

Should you require additional equipment, it is essential that you contact the conference secretariat to discuss your requirements. We will try to accommodate requests, however this cannot be guaranteed.

Speakers should transfer (via USB drive) their presentation (PowerPoint or PDF file) to the computer in the lecture rooms before the start of their session, from 8.30 to 8.55 AM for the morning sessions and from 1.00 to 1.45 PM for the afternoon sessions.

Please bring presentations on USB drive so that they can be loaded and tested on the lecture hall computer prior to each session of talks.

Even if not encouraged, the speakers will be able to use their own laptop for presentation. In this case they should also come to the lecture room before the start of the session to check whether everything is OK. It is recommended to have a copy of the presentation on a USB key in case of a problem.

Volunteers will be available to help with uploading your talk.  


Poster presentation

All accepted posters will be presented in afternoon poster sessions. Only the format A0 portrait (size: 85cm (width) x 120cm (height)) or smaller in all dimensions can be accepted. Only accepted posters can be presented, and one of the authors has to be registered to the conference. Registered posters will have an assigned code indicating the board at which it should be displayed.  

The posters will be displayed in the glasshouse ORANGERIE during two time frames:

  • Postersession  18 - 20 h 
  • BBQ 18 - 21 h  

Tapes and pins for fixing your poster onto the boards will be provided. 

Please do not forget to remove your poster at the end of the conference. The organizing committee will NOT take the responsibility of removing and keeping your poster after the end of the conference.