Please read carefully the following recommendations. They will help you to design your presentation.



Presentations time (min)
Type of presentation Talk  Questions Total time
Contributed 12 3 15
Invited 15 5 20
Plenary 25 5 30
Keynote 37 8 45

Please rehearse your talk so you do leave time for questions. 

As a help to the session Chairman, a student with a chronometer will let you know when you have three minutes to finish your presentation ("talk time") and be ready for questions.
As a courtesy to other presenters, and to avoid timing mismatch between parallel sessions, you should not use more than the allocated time for your presentation. 
We recommend preparing your presentation with common formats (power point, pdf). Please let us know well in advance if you need specific support for your presentation.
Please bring your presentation in a USB memory. There will be a computer to test your presentation. 
If you are using movies in your presentation please make sure that the corresponding files are also included and you are using a common animation player.
Please verify that text, figures, labels, color contrast, etc. are adequate to be seen from a distance of 25 meters.
Use color combinations with high contrast. Avoid yellow in white, black in blue, etc.     



Sessions will be held on the afternoons of Tuesday and Thursday. 
The recommended maximum size is: width 90 cm, height 120 cm. Please avoid excessive text in your poster. 
During the whole sessions, each poster must have one coauthor in front of it for discussion with the participants.
It is NOT allowed to use a copy of your manuscript as the poster. 
You will identify your board by a label with the final code of your abstract (code in the final program, you will be notified).  
Please INCLUDE this code (for example, Tu-P27) in the upper left corner of your poster, use a large font for this label.
Please verify that figures, labels and text can be read from a distance of at least 2 meters. 
You may consider bringing letter or A4 size copies of your poster for distribution (by the way, this size is a good test to see if your poster will be legible).