The .pdf file below contains the document specifications you need to follow when you submit your full paper.
The information below contains the presentation format specifications you need to follow when you submit your full paper.
The format for presenting papers will be 20 minutes oral presentation, followed by 5 minutes discussion time. Each session will be chaired to ensure presenters keep to this timetable. There will be 5 minutes between each paper session to allow time for changeover. Fortunately, all rooms are located in the same building on the same floor, so conference attendees moving between presentations should be relatively smooth.
It is envisaged that the posters will be presented during extended lunchtime sessions in the foyer of the conference building. A Poster presentation may well include showing passers-by your work on your laptop and you will be expected to be available to discuss your Poster during the designated timeslot.
We will provide a table, power connection and poster board as standard equipment. If you require any other materials please indicate prior to the conference so that we may try to accommodate your needs.
C) WORKS IN PROGRESS
Works in Progress will be presented in groups in a more traditional lecture setting. There will be 10 minutes to present and 5 minutes question time. Though time is limited, we see these as reasonably interactive and as starting points for later discussions, rather than complete presentations.
A standard presentation setup, including Macintosh and PC machines will be available. Special hardware or software needs will be your own responsibility, though we will try to help if you let us know about them well ahead of time.
Any queries about the format of the presentations should be sent to:
Bob is the chair of our Scientific Committee and should be in a position to respond to your concerns fairly quickly.
Any concerns about the technical set up should be addressed to: