Each presentation will last 15 minutes including time for questions. The session chair will introduce each presenter and ensure that presentations are kept to time. All oral presentations must be supported by Microsoft Power Point. Presentations should be on a USB stick. Please take your presentation directly to the room allocated for your presentation, where you will be assisted in copying it onto the system, prior to the start of your session.
Each presentation will last 15 minutes including time for questions.
You will receive all instructions and a link to test your connection two days before the conference. Testing will take place one day before the conference (5th July).
The poster should ideally be printed in AO size: 119cm (Height) X 84cm (Width) in portrait format.
Authors for poster presentations should bring their posters to the conference venue on the day of the presentation. Tape will be provided. All authors are responsible for placing their own posters according to their assigned space and will be assisted by the conference organising team.
You will receive a link a week before the conference to upload your poster in a PowerPoint slide and a brief video (no more than three minutes) of you presenting the poster.
The organising committee will provide a QR code for each poster session, so delegates can access virtual poster presentations with their mobilie devices.
For those delegates attending online, a Zoom link will be provided on the conference programme. Links will be included on the programme a couple of days before the conference days.
Please note that all times in the programme are based on the local time in France (Central European Summer Time; GMT + 2 hours).