Following the plenary sessions, we will break into three parallel sessions – the time and location of your talk will be listed in the conference program. Please introduce yourself to the session chair before your session begins. Presentations should be sent by email to firstname.lastname@example.org no later than 8PM the evening before the day of your session.
Plenary lecturers: Your oral presentation will be 40+5 minutes duration (i.e., consisting of a 40-minute presentation and 5 minutes of Q&A).
Keynote speakers: Your oral presentation will be 25+5 minutes duration (i.e., consisting of a 25-minute presentation and 5 minutes of Q&A).
Regular speakers: Your oral presentation will be 15+5 minutes duration (i.e., consisting of a 15-minute presentation and 5 minutes of Q&A).
- PowerPoint presentations are preferred (or PDFs as an alternative)
- Preferred aspect ratio: 16:9
- Filesizes are limited to 10MB
- If you plan on using embedded videos in your presentation, you should also provide these as separate video files
If you encounter any difficulties in preparing and sending your presentation, please contact: email@example.com.
Remote presenters: You must be ready to share your screen and control your slides from your computer. We will contact you with an invitation link and details on how to connect to the online platform. Please ensure you are available to test your connection and audio/visual settings during the break before you are scheduled to present. (We recommend that you set-up your screenshare settings well in advance of your presentation if you intend to use a computer that is connected to two monitors).
Posters must be printed in portrait A0 size. Posters larger than this or in incorrect orientation will exceed the space available on the poster boards. Please print your poster and bring it with you to Bled.
You should display your poster first thing on Monday morning so that delegates have the maximum opportunity to view your work. Please check the location of your poster board at the conference centre. Your poster board will be marked with your poster number (your poster number will be listed in the conference program). There are two dedicated poster sessions during which time we recommend that you are present in front of your poster so you are available to take questions and discuss your research with interested viewers.
If you have been allocated an odd poster number you should be by your poster during the first session on Tuesday 21 June.
If you have been allocated an even poster number you should be by your poster during the second session on Wednesday 22 June.