ICDL will showcase a number of articles as oral presentations in a single-track format across three days (Tuesday to Thursday). The presentation of each article should last 15-20 minutes, to allow 5-10 additional minutes for Q&A and speaker transition. We encourage you to carry your presentation on a memory stick, for uploading to and testing on the PC available in a break in advance. If you prefer presenting from your laptop, make sure it has an HDMI or VGA output port or bring a converter. Further, please have the projector connection tested beforehand. Projectors at the conference venue use a 4:3 aspect ratio, so we suggest to format your presentations accordingly. Once at the conference, meet the Session Chairs a few minutes before the beginning of your session to check equipment compatibility. If something is not working correctly, please ask for help to one of the Conference Helpers.
Some contributed papers, as well as accepted extended abstracts, will be presented as posters at the conference. They will be grouped into two sessions on Tuesday and Wednesday afternoon.
Prepare a poster that is A0 (841 x 1189mm). On the day of your poster session, you will be able to hang your poster during the morning coffee break; you must use the poster spot which shows your paper ID; the poster session will be 90 minutes long. We will supply material to hang the posters.
In the session before each poster session, we encourage all presenters to tease their poster briefly. Each presenter will be given up to two minutes to briefly present highlights from their poster accompanied by up to three powerpoint slides. The slides need to be sent by email to us by Tuesday, 1st September 2020 . Slides are required to be in pdf and to use a 4:3 aspect ratio.