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About the presentations

Presentations Time and Equipment:

The conference programme is organized in parallel sessions and plenary sessions, with 5 plenary lectures, 12 Invited Sessions including 13 Keynote Lectures and 6 Contributed Sessions.

20 minutes (including 5 min Q/A) are allocated to each oral presentation. 40 minutes are allocated to Plenary lectures (including Q/A). Keynote lectures are allocated 30 min (including Q/A).

A PC and a LCD projector will be present in each room but speakers are kindly invited to use their own laptop. Please test your laptop with the projector in your session room during the coffee-break before your presentation and don't forget to bring the necessary adapters that are needed.

No overhead projectors will be provided, therefore no presentations using transparencies will be possible.

Recommendations for your presentation:

The only connectors available on the projector will be VGA or HDMI . We suggest you to take with you any adaptor needed to connect your laptop to these cables.

In order to prepare your slides for oral presentation please take also into account that the projectors available at the venue of the conference will have a resolution of 1024x768 pixels (4:3 aspect ratio).

If you are using PowerPoint, we recommend you to adjust the slide size in Design->Page Setup menu and choose 4:3 ratio to ensure the compatibility.

We strongly encourage you to have a backup of your presentation on a USB storage device in the event your laptop has a technical problem or is incompatible with the LCD projector.

Make sure that you have the necessary cords/converters/adapters so that your laptop will work with German power outlets and the LCD projector.

It is author’s responsibility to check in advance that presentations correctly work with the available version of the installed software.


Power sockets and plug converters for electricity in Germany:

In Germany the standard voltage is 230 V. The standard frequency is 50 Hz. The power sockets that are used are of type C or F.

You can use your electric appliances in Germany if the standard voltage in your country is in between 220V - 240V. If the standard voltage in your country is in the range of 100V - 127V, you need a power converter. If the label on the appliance states 'INPUT: 100-240V, 50/60 Hz', it can be used in all countries of the world.




Power socket type C
A power outlet with a typical power socket, a Schuko Grounded socket for large appliances, and a power switch. An adapter plug will fit into the two outer holes of either socket.
Plug adapter to convert the US rectangular pronged plug to the round prong German power plug used in most.


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