IEA/AIE 2007: Instruction for Presenters
For the presentation of your paper at IEA/AIE-2007, please kindly note
the following instructions.
- The time slot for an oral presentation (accepted as a long
paper) is 25 minutes, including discussion. Your talk should
therefore not exceed 20 minutes; otherwise your session chairperson
will alert you.
- A presenter of a short paper has 15 minutes, including
discussion. Therefore, the talk should not be longer than 10 minutes.
- In principle, it is supposed that you bring in your own PC for
your presentation. The Organizer will provide projectors and
cables to connect the D-sub15 pin of your PC. If your PC
requires a connector to
convert to the D-sub15 pin, you need to bring your own.
- Please make sure to check the connection before your session starts.
- The Organizer will also prepare a PC with Microsoft Windows XP,
Microsoft PowerPoint 2003, and Acrobat Reader, so that you can bring a
PowerPoint file or a PDF file in your USB memory or CD-ROM.
If you plan to use the prepared PC, please contact to the Organizer
(ieaaie2007-maint <atmark> kuis.kyoto-u.ac.jp) in advance.
In case your presentation needs any special fonts, e.g.,
for phonetic symbols or for languages such as Arabic, Chinese, Korean,
etc., we recommend generating a PDF document. Note that this will
possibly discard some facilities of PowerPoint documents.
- A session for poster presentations is held on 26th June,
Tuesday, at the same room where the Reception is held.
- For each poster, an area, 90 cm wide and 210 cm high, is
available on a panel. Posters should be fixed on the panel by pins or
tapes provided by the Organizer.
- Posters are recommended to be set displayed in the morning of
26th so that they can be accessed even in the coffee break time. They
can be removed after the Poster session or later, but can still remain
displayed until the evening of 28th. Poster left not-removed after the
evening will be removed by the Organizer (and may be discarded).
- Please be aware that a poster is not intended to be a reproduction
of your paper in the proceedings. That is, it is important
that you display your results clearly to attract people who
have an interest in your work and your paper.