Presentation Policy

There will be two types of presentations: Oral Presentations and Dialogue Sessions.
 
Oral Presentations

Authors must assure that all fonts needed are embedded in their presentation files to ensure that the final result is validated by IEEE PDF eXpress Plus and that characters, equations, and other content have converted successfully to PDF form.
To minimize session disruption, each session room will be provided with a computer and projection system. Authors should NOT plan to use their own computers. Instead, files will need to be downloaded to the session room computer from a USB stick prior to the session. If your presentation includes active content, please test it in advance to be sure it will function from a single file. Session room computers will be configured to support PowerPoint and PDF presentation formats, including embedded MP4 content. Virtual authors will be given instructions on how to send files.
Each presentation is restricted to 15 minutes, plus 5 minutes for questions, totaling 20 minutes per paper. The session chairs will be asked to enforce these times, since many attendees will want to move among parallel sessions.

Special Requirements for Online Oral Presentations

Virtual registration and online presentations are supported. If you are unable to attend the conference in person due to international travel or pandemic contraints, please choose discounted virtual registration at the time of registration. Detailed operation processes for virtual online presentations are in preparation.

Dialogue Sessions
For Dialogue Sessions– the available poster surface area is restricted to 1500mm (height) x 970 mm (width).
In-person presentations for Dialogue Sessions are informal discussions between authors and attendees, but authors should be available at their posters throughout the scheduled sessions. Virtual participants in Dialogue Sessions must submit a 10-15 minute video presentation, to be posted for attendees.
 
Tips on developing content for your Dialogue Session:
Poster Content
Central message (a summary of your work in 25 words or less)
Supporting information consisting of:
* Introduction (general research objectives, context of your work, clear statement of the hypotheses or predictions)
* Methods, Results and Discussion/Conclusion/Significance (your findings)
* Acknowledgements and Key References
 
Poster Design
Maintain a consistent style:
* The most effective posters use minimal text and highlight results.
* Use clear and simple language. Avoid jargon as much as possible.
* Minimize the number of fonts.
* Use colors sparingly, when helpful for information display.
* Titles and headings should appear larger than other text. 
* Do not use all UPPER CASE type in your posters. It can make the material difficult to read.
* Include graphical images, and graphs.
* Equations should be kept to a minimum; only present the necessary and important equations.

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