Oral presentations

  • Oral presentations will be shown only by PC projectors;
  • Each presentation must not exceed 20 minutes. This time includes the introduction of the speaker by chairperson, the presentation (17 minutes) and the discussion;
  • An LCD projector and a PC will be provide. The presentation must be compatible with Windows 7 or 10, Office 2007 or superior;
  • The speaker of each paper has to upload and inspect the presentation file before the session beginning (suggested: half a day in advance);
  • In order to avoid delays, each presentation file (*.pptx, *pdf) must be properly uploaded before the session starts;
  • Speakers are also invited to reach the conference room 15 minutes before the session beginning;
  • We suggest you have to bring a brief CV in English.

Poster presentations

  • Poster size should not exceed WIDTH = 100 cm e HEIGHT = 200 cm;
  • For attaching your poster, panels will be at your disposal;
  • Poster panels will be identified by the same number assigned to the poster session in the Conference Agenda ( );
  • Material for the installation of your poster will be available at the secretariat desk;
  • Attendance at the poster board by the author is part of the duty of the speaker;
  • Authors must be available at their display for questions from the participants and discussion regarding their poster during the poster session;
  • Posters will stay on during your session time and should be removed by authors at the end of the day;
  • Posters left onsite will be removed and thrown away;
  • We are a little bit reluctant in giving too detailed instructions for preparing poster presentations, because we do not want to suppress any kind of creativity of the authors;
  • Nevertheless, we think that some guidelines may help some of you in preparing of a higher quality. The poster have to have:
    • Header: give title, authors, affiliation, address;
    • Introduction: make clear which problem you have studied and the aims of your work. Refer briefly to previous work. Show the problem definitions and objectives;
    • Methods: indicate how you have tried to solve the set problem: general strategy, experimental methods and theoretical aspects.
    • Findings and arguments: present your findings and emphasise novel theoretical and experimental approaches;
    • Expected results and conclusions: draw conclusions about what you have learned from your work. Indicate the significance of the conclusion(s);
    • References: Give maximum four key references to position your work
    • Acknowledgements: Should be mentioned if any