INSTRUCTIONS FOR ORAL & POSTER PRESENTATIONS
The oral presentation is 10-minute-long. You can give your presentation in live or in streaming. At the end of each session, a brief discussion will be made with questions posted in the chat.
The poster presentation should be prepared in PPT or PDF. In both the cases, it is advisable to have a page with a whole poster and other 5 slides/pages: Introduction, Procedures, Results, Interpretation, Conclusions.
Images inserted into PowerPoint are embedded into the presentations. Images that are created at a dpi setting higher than 200 dpi are useless and will only increase the file size of your presentation. Try to avoid overloading your presentation with unnecessary images.
Instructions for online and offline presentations will be posted on this page on July.
Details will be posted on this webpage in July.
INSTRUCTIONS & TIPS FOR POSTER PRESENTATIONS
Accuracy, efficiency, and ease of communication should be the main criteria in designing a poster. Join these criteria together with aesthetic appeal and attention grabbers to capture readers’ attention.
There are a few rules for preparing posters. The following suggestions will help to produce a poster that people will read and possibly remember:
It should be possible to read and understand a poster within 5 minutes. Long posters are ignored by most attendees. Design the parts to be simple and effective.
Use graphs instead of tables, tables instead of lists, lists instead of text. Posters full of text will be ignored.
Be creative. A good large colour photograph frequently adds greatly to a poster. But don’t overdo this: it can result a kitschy poster!
Minimize abbreviations because it is difficult to remember three or more abbreviations (other than standard ones) when reading a poster.
Most people read the title and conclusions. If these do not pique their interest, they go on to the next poster.
At the end of the poster session, a brief discussion will be made with questions posted in the chat.