The SCINT conference tradition is to have all talks in plenary session.
Regular Oral presentations should be 12 minutes long, plus 3 minutes for question and answer, for a total of 15 minutes. Invited Orals will be 24 minutes plus 6 minutes for questions. The session chairs will have to keep their sessions running on time, so we thank our speakers in advance for their cooperation.
To avoid losing precious time to computer and projector-interface issues, we will provide a projection computer in the room, and we ask that all presentations be loaded onto it at least half a day before the session begins.
The projection computers will be equipped with PowerPoint and Acrobat Reader.
Your poster space will be approximately (tbc). Most plotters with A0 size (841 mm x 1189 mm) rolls of paper will produce a poster that fits nicely in this area. The board will be suitable for pushpins or thumbtacks. Pushpins, and other small office supplies, will be provided.
Simply printing out a Proceedings manuscript does not work very well. A poster is rhetorically and visually different—more like a slide presentation than a journal article. The lettering should be easily readable from 1 meter away.
A Poster is a Presentation, Not Just an Object
Including a photo of yourself in the top corner of the poster allows interested attendees to easily find you during the conference and facilitate networking. One of the authors, or a colleague who is registered for the conference and who can speak knowledgeably about the material, must be physically near the poster throughout the session.
Scheduling for Poster Presentations
The timing and location of poster sessions will be shown in the table of sessions on the Program page of this website. We will provide a place to store posters in the morning so that you don't have to carry them around all day.