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Guidelines for Oral Presentations and Poster Presentations

ORAL PRESENTATIONS

Oral presentations will take place at the Tanna Schulich Recital Hall of the Schulich School of Music. Presentations are 20 minutes long, including questions (typically a 15 min. talk + 5 min. for discussion). The available equipment will be:

In practice, we plan to have a video switch so that speakers can connect their computers before the beginning of their session. Please check the program. This will facilitate the transition between presentations.

Please check with the technician in charge of the technical installation 20 minutes before your session starts. We kindly advise authors to have a backup version ready (CD-Rom or USB Flash-Card), or to have it available online. Both a Mac and a Windows PC (with Acrobat Reader, Microsoft Office, and Firefox installed) will be available on-site.

For any special requests, please let us know before September 7th, so that we can do our best to accommodate.

POSTER PREPARATION & PRESENTATIONS

Poster presentations will take place in the Tanna Schulich Hall lobby. Posters will be mounted during the morning coffee break, i.e. between 11:00 and 11:20. Please check the program.

Poster sessions will last from 12:20 to 14:20. Authors are invited to be in the vicinity of their posters for as long as they like.

Authors are invited to prepare posters whose dimensions are from 84 cm x 120 cm (the so called 'A0' format) up to 36" x 48" (about 92 cm x 122 cm) in portrait mode (i.e. the longest dimension aligned along the vertical direction). A valuable guide for preparing effective poster presentations is available at the following IEEE website.

If you have any questions or comments concerning the preparation of your slides/poster, please do not hesitate to contact us at papers@dafx.ca.


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