REGULAR AND SHORT PAPERS WITH ORAL PRESENTATION SLOTS
Each paper has a 20-minutes slot. We suggest that you prepare a 15-minutes for the presentation and reserve 5 minutes for questions & answers. There is a 2 minutes buffer time between presentations, session chairs will be instructed to adhere to the 20-minute threshold to ensure that the sessions are kept on track.
Best full and short Papers Award winners and four (04) Outstanding Student Papers Award winner will be selected and announced in the award ceremony session on Friday the 6th. December 2019.
All oral session rooms are equipped with data projectors with a standard VGA connector. Speakers are encouraged to bring and use their own laptops or other presentation devices. For further information: email@example.com
REGULAR PAPERS AND SHORT PAPERS WITH POSTER SLIDES
Each paper should yield a poster with a 3 foot by 4-foot size (roughly 91 cm by 122 cm, either 3′ high x 4′ wide or 4′ high x 3′ wide). Poster boards will be provided. You will be encouraged to set up your posters on the eve of your presentation after 6:15 pm, once the activities for the day are over. The session will run during the session at which point, the posters must be taken down to make space for the next session.
Demo stations and wired network access will be provided. The demos will allow the attendees to experience the system/prototype being demonstrated. Presenters are encouraged to bring the computing infrastructure necessary. We also encourage presenters to have access to a possibly scaled-down version of the demo that can work if there is a network outage. Presenters must be at poster board during their session.
Each Doctoral Symposium paper will be presented on 4th December as:
- Powerpoint slides
For further information: firstname.lastname@example.org
Participants (researchers and health industry professionals), who are not able to be in attendance, could use Skype or other teleconferencing software for online presentation. Please, contact the organizing committee for more information.