Keynote oral presentations are 30 minutes and standard talks are 20 minutes long. The duration of both should leave 5 minutes for questions, discussion and change-over to the next speaker. Presenters of oral presentations are kindly asked to ensure that their presentations are uploaded on the computer in the front of the respective lecture hall well in advance to the beginning of the respective session block, which the presentations are scheduled for. A lecture room assistant will help uploading the presentations. We accept PowerPoint files and PDFs. Please refrain from using your own laptop for oral presentations.
In order to provide ample room for discussion of poster presentations, the posters will be displayed in two groups, one on September 19 (day 1) and the other on September 20 (day 2). Each day, a two-hour long poster session will be held in the afternoon. Please refer to the Poster session program to identify the day your poster should be on display. The program also indicates the numbers of the poster boards the posters are assigned to. Poster format is A0 portrait (vertical). The scientific and visual quality of young scientist’s posters will be assessed by a committee and there will be three poster awards bestowed at the conference dinner.