The lecture theatres are equipped with the following audio-visual equipment:
To optimise compatibility, particularly for the inclusion of multimedia components, speakers should include the original files so that it can be re-embedded if necessary. Direct connection of personal laptops (with set up in the break prior to the corresponding session) is an acceptable, but not preferred alternative. Speakers using a PC with HDMI output or a Mac should ensure that they bring the correct connection cable (VGA) with them.
Presenters are asked to prepare their talks to match the allocated times which will be rigidly enforced.
Posters will be on display in the Grands Echézeaux Hall with two dedicated poster sessions as scheduled in the programme.
Please note that during poster sessions, authors should stand close to their boards to answer questions and facilitate discussions on their work. If you are presenting a poster please ensure that you display your poster on the board number that matches your poster number in the programme.
Poster boards are 0.95m (width) x 2.40m (height) so posters should be no larger than A0 in size and formated in a portrait design. If your poster does not fit within these dimensions, we cannot guarantee it will be displayed. Fixing material will be supplied.