Plenary presentation slot will be 60 minutes long, which includes a 45-minute presentation followed by 15 minutes of questions and answers.
Invited presentation slot will be 30 minutes long, which includes a 25-minute presentation followed by 5 minutes of questions and answers.
Oral presentation slot will be 15 minutes long, which includes a 12-minute presentation followed by 3 minutes of questions and answers.
Please note that the format has changed and there will be no E-Posters at the congress.
During the VI CNIF conference, 2 sessions will be dedicated to paper posters presentation.
Paper posters have to fit the following dimensions: 90 x 115 (approx. A0) in vertical Portrait format. They should be brought to the meeting by the authors.
Please include in your Poster, the E-mail of the presenters, to facilitate further communication.
On the day of your poster presentation, conference staff will assist you with putting up the poster. Please locate your number and hang your poster accordingly. Tacks and technical equipment will be available for the hanging of posters. Please put your poster up at least 1/2 hour prior to the start of the poster session. The poster can be on display throughout the day of presentation and should be removed by the end of the day.
Poster presenters are asked to make themselves available during the allocated poster sessions to discuss their posters with conference participants.
File Format Information
Oral Presentation – File formats:
The Conference lecture rooms are equipped with Windows operated computers loaded with Microsoft Office. Acceptable presentation formats are PowerPoint and PDF.
- We recommend a maximum size for your presentation file of 50MB.
- The projection format will be 4:3 aspect ratio, so please set your slide presentation in the same format.
- For pictures, we recommend to use the following formats: .jpg, .gif, .tiff, or .bmp.
- For videos files inserted in your presentation, please use the following formats: .mpg, .mpeg, .avi or .wmv.
- Please avoid inserting too big images (>1Mb) or animated gif files, flash animations, fade effects on objects, graphics and tables.