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Guidelines for presentations

 

 

 

Oral sessions
Oral presentations last 15 minutes (10 minutes talk + 5 minutes discussion). Please be
sure to stay precisely within the time limit of 10 min for your talk. The Chairpersons will
rigidly interrupt your presentation, if you exceed the time limit. It is in the interest of all
participants to be able to alternate between sessions and come to a certain presentation
in time as indicated in the program. All presentations must be prepared as Microsoft
PowerPoint files. There will be no possibility for slide projection. Please hand your file on USB-stick or on CD  to the technical staff in the lecture hall where your talk is to be held, at least ½ hr. before
the beginning of the session. Your presentation will have to be loaded on the Desktop of
the PC set up by the congress organization. Animations (videos) must be embedded in
the PowerPoint presentation.

 

Posters
Poster size is limited to 118 cm in height and 145 cm in width. Posters should be
fastened to the poster board by pins. They will be displayed throughout the day and,
therefore, should be mounted between 8 and 9 am and removed after 6 pm (on
Wednesday after 4:30 pm)

 

Symposia
You will be informed by the Chairperson of your symposium about the duration of your
presentation. Contributions must be given as Microsoft PowerPoint presentations (see
Oral sessions).
Please note that all symposia speakers must register and submit abstracts in the same
way as all other congress attendants.

 

Plenary lectures
All lecturers must register and submit abstracts in the same way as all other congress
attendants.
Presentations must be formatted as Microsoft PowerPoint files (see Oral sessions).

 

Abstracts will be published at:

www.blackwellpublishing.com/aphmeeting

 

Oral and poster abstracts submitted for the congress but not actually presented at the congress will not be published.

 

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