Symposia Oral Presentations
Oral presentations for the ICC Symposia have been allocated 18 minute slots, of which 3 minutes should be given to questions. It is necessary that these times are strictly adhered to, and that the turnaround time between papers is negligible.
All session rooms are equipped with a computer (laptop) and data projector. Presenters should:
1. arrive in the session room at least 10 minutes prior to the start of the session to load their presentations onto the computer using a USB memory stick
2. introduce themselves to the Session Chair.
The computers in the session rooms will run MS Windows and be able to display MS Powerpoint or Adobe PDF slides.
It is important to point out that we expect the oral presentations to be “sharp”, including an outline of the key principles
. More detailed discussions can continue during the breaks.
A rehearsal facility will be provided in the Meeting Room 410, Level 4 (KL Convention Centre), so that presenters can check their slides on the computers being used.
Symposia Interactive Presentations
Interactive presentations for the ICC Symposia have been scheduled in 90-minute sessions (the session code will include the letter "IS" preceding the one digit if it is an interactive session.)
Presentations are to be displayed on a large television-style display, with the following properties:
Screen dimensions: 43 inches (109.2cm)
Resolution: 1080p (1920x1080)
Display from your laptop - we will supply HDMI and VGA cable ONLY. If your laptop or other device does not provide HDMI or VGA output, you will need to bring any necessary adaptors
1. bring their presentation (a set of PPT/PDF slides) with their laptop to the interactive session area (Ballroom 1, Level 3, KL Convention Centre)
2. introduce themselves to the Session Chair
During the refreshment breaks, the screens will be available and we advise you to check your presentations.
Please make sure that when you make your interactive presentation the following are always visible on the screen:
· the symposium
· session code
· paper title
so that attendees can easily identify the interactive presentations.
We recommend that you treat the presentation as a means to engage the potential audience at all times, attendees will move between the screens at times of their choosing.
Presenters at workshops should follow the same general guidance as given above for oral presentations
in the Symposia. However, workshop presentations may follow different timings, and presenters should contact the particular workshop’s organizers for advice if further explanation is required.