How to Present your E-Poster
If you were accepted as E-Poster Only, that means you should prepare an E-Poster which will be displayed in LCD monitor screens on the conference.
If you were accepted as E-Poster Presentation, that means you should prepare an E-Poster which will be displayed in LCD monitor screens on the conference as well as have the opportunity to briefly present the E-Poster.
As a Presenter, you have the responsibility of being clear, concise, and capturing the interest of the attendees.
The quality of your presentation directly affects the interest your audience will have in your research and the overall satisfaction the attendees will have of the conference.
Each session will last for 90 minutes and will be opened by the E-Poster Sessions Chair of the respective theme, who will give a brief introduction and moderate the session throughout. E-Poster Presentations may last up to 5 minutes and must be presented by one person only, allowing the session to include 16 different E-Poster Presentations and to be followed by a 10-minute discussion moderated by the session chairperson. At the end, the chairperson will conclude.
The official language of the conference is English and therefore all presentations must be delivered in English. If you are not comfortable presenting in this language, you can refer to a colleague, who must be registered, to translate.
Questions from the audience will be allowed if the time is sufficient.