Presentation guidelines

  1. These guidelines apply to all authors presenting a poster.
  2. Please upload your abstract(s) of your poster until 15/12/2019 on the symposia website under “Abstract and full text submission” for compilation of the booklet of abstracts and the symposia program.
  3. Please be referred to ten simple rules for a good poster presentations: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC1876493/.
  4. Poster format is A0 (119 cm high by 84 cm wide) and should not exceed these dimensions.
  5. The poster has to be attached to the poster panel according to the identification number of your poster provided in the scientific program. Fixation materials, which may damage (e.g. pins) or deface (hardly soluble adhesives) the panels are not permitted. The poster shall be displayed for the entire time of the symposia, as participants may also wish to read the posters outside of your poster sessions.
  6. During your poster sessions, the author(s) shall be standing close by his/ her poster to answer questions from interested participants. If you cannot present your poster for any reason, please inform symposia information desk.
  1. These guidelines apply to the speakers in the oral sessions. The guidelines for speakers in the plenary sessions and workshops are slightly different. They will receive specific guidelines directly via E-mail.
  2. Please upload your abstract(s) of your poster until 15/12/2019 on the symposia website under “Abstract and full text submission” for compilation of the booklet of abstracts and the symposia program.
  3. Please be referred to ten simple rules for making good oral presentations: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC1857815/.
  4. Please use a standard font (e.g. Arial) in your presentation. The use of “exotic” fonts usually result in unsatisfactory power point presentations since the computer will use a standard font if the presentation font is not available within the used software. This also applies to pdf files!
  5. Please visit the session room 30 min prior to the start of the oral session where you will present and a support person will assist you in uploading all necessary files with a flash drive (USB stick) on the computer. An early upload of the presentation files circumvents technical errors within your presentation.
  6. You can use pptx-, ppt, or pdf-files for your presentation. Please ensure that movies within the presentation (e.g. mp4-, mov-files) have to be uploaded into the same directory as your oral presentation. Please check if the on-site computer has the required compression-algorithm (Codec), when you want to use movies.
  7. Oral presentations should not exceed 15 min, followed by 5 min of questions. Please notice, that the discussion leader is instructed to stop your presentation when you exceed the allocated time. Time keeping allows participants to change easily between sessions and to listen to preferred presentations.
  8. Please make yourself known to the session moderator prior to the start of your oral session. If you cannot give your oral presentation for any reason, please nominate, if possible, a co-author as a substitute.

Contact

Jens Wünsche

Chair
University of Hohenheim
Germany

Eva Gautsch

PCO
Interplan AG
Germany

Important dates

Open
05/08/2019

abstract submission

registration

Deadline
15/12/2019

abstract submission

(author notification within 4 weeks)

Deadline
31/01/2020

abstract modification

early bird registration

Deadline
29/02/2020

full paper submission

(author notification within 2 months)

Announcement
15/04/2020

full scientific program



Deadline
30/05/2020

full paper modifications



SHE & IHS
02-06/06/2020

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