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Presentation Guide:


Oral presentations

Presentation Time: The presentation time is critical; each paper is allocated 20 minutes for oral presentation. We recommend that presentation of your slides should take about 15 minutes, leaving 5 minutes for questions and answers.

To ensure smoothing running of presentations in each session, all speakers are required to report to the session chairs, prepare slides and test equipment at least 10 minutes before the session starts.

Equipment Provided: All lecture rooms will be equipped with a computer, a video projector, a microphone and a pointing device. Each computer will have a CD-ROM drive as well as PowerPoint and Acrobat Reader software. If any other audio or video equipment is required, authors must contact conference organizer to indicate their request.

Please note the following critical points:

  • Please make sure the power adapter of your computer can use 220-240 V, and can be plugged into a Schuko/Europlug type socket used in Korea.
  • Please make sure the display adapter can be connected to a VGA connector.
  • We advise you to use your own computer if you have any animation/video and special fonts in your presentation.


Short Oral (+Poster) Presentations

The short oral presentation consists of a spotlight presentation followed by a poster presentation.

Each poster presenter will be allowed to present the paper in one minute before the regular poster presentation. All slides should be sent to conference organizer (Email: before 15 November, 2011.

Please put up your poster before the short oral session starts, and remove your poster before lunch break/coffee break/end of all sessions. The poster board size is 100cm wide x 90cm high. Your paper ID will be shown on the board.