Oral presentation of the papers
The presentation should be in Power Point format. No audio data is allowed
It is mandatory to carry out the presentation through the Symposium laptop available in the lecture rooms on which the latest version of Microsoft Power Point 365 is installed.
We strongly suggest the lecturers to upload their presentation on the Symposium laptop before the start of the corresponding session in order to minimize the dead times between each presentation. It is highly recommended to include in the name of the presentation files the linked paper ID, i.e. EMD9765.pptx would be an appropriate filename. All the files uploaded by the lecturers will be removed at the end of each session.
Authors who refuse to upload their presentation on the Symposium laptop will have to connect at the start of their lecture their own pen-drive to the Symposium laptop and launch the presentation from there.
The time allowed for each lecture is around 15 minutes. The time reserved for the questions from the audience will depend on the session progression and ultimately on the Chairman sensibility.
Remote presentation of the papers
A remote presentation is an oral presentation performed over a remote connection. The authors will have to prepare their presentation in Powerpoint or equivalent software and install on their system Microsoft Teams. Detailed instructions will be forwarded by email to all the authors who applied for the remote presentation of their paper(s).
Poster presentation of the papers
All the posters should be in A0 format (84 cm x 120 cm) and only vertically oriented. No specific guidelines are provided for the preparation of the poster. Speedam organizers suggest only to clearly show the title (minimum 72 pt) and authors name + affiliation (minimum 48 pt) and to use at least a 24 pt font for the body-text and figure captions. Minimum one author per paper has to be present during the dialogue session (75 – 90 min). Posters have to be placed in the reserved space at least 30 minutes before the start of the session. In the Poster Area authors will find everything they need to fix the posters on the provided supports. Authors are kindly asked to remove their posters at the end of the dialogue session.