All authors presenting their paper in an oral session are required to send a PowerPoint presentation at firstname.lastname@example.org by 14th November 2022.
All oral presentations will be delivered in person. Each presentation should last no more than 10 minutes.
During the presentation company advertising should be avoided. Authors' affiliations or company logos should be very discreet.
On site, speakers should contact the Session Chair 15 minutes before the beginning of their session. The Chair will be available in the conference hall where the session is to take place. Speakers should be present at the conference table from the beginning of the session and remain for the entire duration. If your allotted time runs out during your presentation, do not under any circumstances hurry to finish the entire presentation but go straight to the conclusions. To this regard, it may be of use to prepare a slide illustrating the conclusions in a summarised version.
A member of our staff will be available at the Speakers' Desk for last-minute check, changes and all requirements.
Posters will be made available to Symposium delegates at all times only in digital format on our virtual platform and through QR codes displayed at the venue. Moreover, in the Oppio Room (first floor) there will be a designated computer, projected on a screen, to browse through all posters (PDF files) and watch the pre-recorded video presentations by their authors.
Delegates will be able to send comments and questions to the authors or contact them directly via chat or video call.
Hard-copy versions will not be displayed, therefore, there is no need to print the posters.
Authors are kindly required to send the PDF file of their poster and a short pre-recorded video presentation at email@example.com no later than 10th November 2022.
Posters size must be A0 portrait oriented (width: 841 mm, height: 1189 mm). Under no circumstances may posters contain any kind of advertising or commercial propaganda.
Pre-recorded videos should last no more than 10 minutes.