Poster Presenters

Please note that the Poster Boards are 3 1/2 feet by 3 1/2 feet and has a felt backing (thumb tacks) and posters PP 1-16 should be put up by end of morning tea on March 29th and removed after evening tea on that date and posters PP 17-32 should be put up by end of morning tea on March 30th and removed after evening tea on that date

Presentation Guidelines

The chosen format for presenting is Microsoft Powerpoint. please email your presentation to and clearly mentioning your paper number and Session information.

Technical Guidelines for Powerpoint and Media Files

Movies and video files

If your presentation contains links to video files, it is essential that you bring not only your PowerPoint file, but also your video files to the Conference Secretariat. Most video files types (e.g. .MP4, MPEG, .wmv, .AVI, etc.) are accepted. All videos linked to PowerPoint slides must be tested and checked in advance to be sure they will work properly.

Data format – images, audio and movies

Place all audio and movie files linked with the presentation into a single file folder (e.g. when transferring the presentation from your hard disk to removable drives such as USB sticks or when uploading it). Do not use any passwords or encryption for your files.

Flash-animations and Macros

Flash-animations are not supported. Do not use Macros within your presentation.

Presentation format

Please use 4:3 as presentation format

File size

There is no size limit for presentations.


Do not use special fonts, which are not part of the standard PowerPoint package, as this will cause problems while uploading your file. If necessary embed the fonts when saving the presentation and/or bring the font files along.

Special characters

To avoid any compatibility problems, please do not use special characters (e.g. «, Ö, Ø, ñ, ε, ®, ý, }, {, etc.) to name your presentation or movie files.