Information and guidelines for oral presentations
Each lecture room is equipped with one PC projector together with a “Laptop/Desktop Station”, a pointer, and one screen. This “standard equipment” is free of any extra charge!
A conference assistant will be present in each lecture room. He/she will help the chairperson and the speakers.
There are two options for a PC/Mac demonstration: either authors bring their own computer and install it at the “Laptop/Desktop Station”, or they bring their own data storage device and and use the permanently installed desktop PC at this station.
The “Laptop/Desktop Station” of each lecture room is a table with 5 independent sites (A – E), each consisting of power sockets plus a VGA cable where authors can install their computers before the session starts and remove them after the session has ended.
The desktop computer will have a DVD drive and two USB 2.0 ports for memory sticks ready for any presentation provided by authors. The software installed on the desktop includes:
- Windows 7;
- MS Office 2010 (Power Point, Word);
- Adobe Reader 11
- GSview 5.0;
- Internet Explorer 10 (no access to internet);
- Mozilla Firefox 30.0 (no access to internet)
- Windows Media Player 12;
- Real Player SP 126.96.36.199.51;
- QuickTime 7.7.5;
- VLC Media Player 2.1.4;
- Adobe Flash Player 188.8.131.52;
- Adobe Shockwave 184.108.40.206.
Each presenter will have 10 minutes with 5 minutes for questions. If the presenter uses the complete 15 minutes slot for the presentation, he/she will not get extra time for questions.