• Oral Presentation

- Every session room located at 3F is equipped with LCD projector and Windows Laptop,

with PowerPoint and Acrobat PDF reader. Please make your best to use the room laptop and upload your presentation file on it before the beginning of the session. If you really need to use your laptop (only in the case you need special software for your presentation or in case of major compatibility problems), check the connection with the projector before the session starts. Notice: time lost in setting up your laptop during the session cannot be recovered: this will end up in a shorter time available for yours presentation.

- Greet/meet the session chair before the session starts. Please arrive early enough to

find out the session chair and to tell him/her your name, affiliation, and the title of your paper.

- The presentation time is 20 minutes. This includes speaker transition, the setting of your

computer (if needed), and question & answers. So each speaker should finish his/her talk within 15 or 16 minutes to have a time for question & answers.


  • Poster Presentation

- PS01

Time & Date: 14:30pm-16:30pm, Tuesday, June 28, 2011 Place: Grand Ballroom II (3F)

- PS02

Time & Date: 16:30pm-19:00pm, Tuesday, June 28, 2011 Place: Grand Ballroom II (3F)

- PS03

Time & Date: 14:30pm-16:30pm, Wednesday, June 29, 2011 Place: Grand Ballroom II (3F)

- PS04

Time & Date: 16:30pm-19:00pm, Wednesday, June 29, 2011 Place: Grand Ballroom II (3F)

- The dimensions of the poster board are 200cm (W) x 220cm (H). The space available for

each presenter is also 200cm (W) x 220cm (H). The size of a poster may be recommended as A0 size or A1 size, and no larger than A0.

- You need to attach your poster on the poster board on the Grand Ballroom II at least 15

minutes before the poster session starts, and then remove your poster after the poster session finishes. For PS01 and PS03’ presenters, please kindly remove your posters ahead of time 15 minutes to make presenters of next session start attaching their posters to the poster board.

- You should preside at your poster board throughout the poster session for anticipated

discussion with participants.