The following types of presentations will appear in the program from selected abstracts and proposals:
PRESENTATION IN A SELECTED SYMPOSIUM
In the selected symposia the speakers will have 20 minutes for presentation which includes 2 minutes for questions. At the end of the talks there will be 10 minutes for overall discussion.
Oral Abstract Presenters will have 10 minutes for presentation which includes 8 minutes for their talk + 2 minutes for discussion. There will be 6 oral presentations scheduled in each oral session.
Short Oral Presentation
Short Oral Presentation Presenters will have 6 minutes for presentation which includes 4 minutes for their talk + 2 minutes for discussion. These sessions will take place at the E-Poster Stations in the Exhibition Area during lunch breaks. All participants are invited to the E-Poster Stations to hear the short oral presentations and to ask questions. Each Short Oral Session will be guided by moderators. Presenters should be at the E-Poster viewing stations 10 minutes before the start of the E-Poster Discussion Session and remain there until the session has finished. There will be 15 short oral presentations scheduled per session.
Poster presentations accepted for the Congress will be available for viewing as E-Posters, available online and via the Mobile App during and after the Meeting. Electronic Posters or E-Posters are similar to traditional paper posters, but displayed on-site on multiple large LCD television screens. Abstracts selected for E-Poster Viewing will have no specific presentation date and time. Any E-Poster can be viewed on any screen at any time during the Congress as well as on mobile devices (smartphones. tablets and laptops) via the Congress App. These E-Posters platforms allow users to browse by topics, search for specific content and submit questions to the authors. The author of the E-Poster may stand by the E-Poster screens in order present their E-Poster during breaks. Additionally, delegates will be able to email the presenter via the E-Poster system to set up a meeting to discuss the E-Poster. E-Poster screens can be found in the E-Poster area. Authors have been encouraged to embed explanatory audio or video presentations with their E-Posters. These posters do not require printing or production of materials – as your work will be available for viewing electronically.