Presentation Guidelines

Oral Presentations

Keynote Oral Presentations have a duration of 40 minutes, followed by 4 minutes of Q&A, and 1 minute for switching the speaker. 

Symposium Oral presentations have a duration of 15 minutes, followed by 4 minutes of Q&A, and 1 minute for switching the speaker.
At the conference: Please present yourself to the Symposium Chair in advance of the session.
Please prepare your talk such that you will end on time. Symposium chairs will be advised to keep a strict timing.

Please note that only full-paper submissions will be arranged for oral presentation and qualified to select the best paper award. Authors who submit only abstracts will be included in the poster presentation session.


Windows-based notebook is preferred in the conference room that you can use to upload your presentation. Your presentations (Microsoft Powerpoint or Adobe PDF) will be accepted in USB Flash Drive form. If absolutely needed, speakers may also bring their own notebook or other media device, but they have to test if the connection with the projector works correctly well before the session begins. If you plan to present a video or show any demos, it may be advisable to bring your own notebook. Audio playback will be possible via audio jack.

Bring a Backup

If you want to use your own notebook, be sure to bring a backup copy of your presentation with you to the conference. USB/Flash drives are preferred.