Oral contributions are limited to 16 minutes, excluding 4 minutes for questions and answers.
Authors have to submit their contributions directly to the timetable.
Please make sure to provide at least one of the following formats:
- Acrobat (PDF)
- Power Point (ppt or pptx)
There is no support for other formats.
Please upload your talk at the latest on the evening before the relevant session.
If you use non-standard fonts, please use PDF format as it embeds fonts, otherwise we cannot guarantee correct display of your presentation.
If in doubt, please check with the organizers before your presentation.
The presentation should clearly describe the aspects of the work relevant to the topics of TWEPP. Standard presentations targeted to physics or detector instrumentation conferences might need to be updated accordingly.
o) Describe: the specifications of the work, possibly the arguments for these specifications and the implementation challenge arising from these specifications. Use quantitative (numbers) statements, comparisons and performance figures; and do not give statements that a given parameter needs to be high or low.
o) Describe: the work and challenge/complexity such that it can be understood by a scientist outside your field of competence in contrast to writing an experiment collaboration note.
o) Describe: why your work is worth being presented at a scientific/technical workshop.
o) Describe: the challenges/difficulties during the implementation of the work and how it was solved or why not.