Presentation

Instructions for the presentation of the contributions in TAEE

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Oral communication

Face-to-face attendance (most common option)

Presentation sessions will be published in the Conference program (pending publication yet).

Authors should go to the classroom 10 minutes before the start of the session. They will paste the paper presentation (in pptx, pdf or odp format -free layout-) in the computer of the classroom.

Each presentation will last 10 minutes. All the papers of the session will be presented in a row. The last 15 minutes of the session will be reserved for questions.

 

Online attendance

Online oral communications will be similar to face-to-face presentations. In this case, authors will present remotely from their country of origin. Presentation links will be provided before the sessions.


Best oral communication award

Session attendees will rate the papers presented in the oral presentations. These assessments, session chair assessment and the results of the review process will be used to select the oral communication that will be awarded.

The oral communication awarded will be announced in the clossing session (last day of the Conference). Authors awarded will receive a certificate.

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Poster

Face-to-face attendance (most common option)

Posters must be between 75 and 90 centimeters wide and between 1.0 and 1.2 meters high (approximately).

Authors will be led by the organizers to the poster area. Technical means will be provided to hang the posters. Authors must hang them in the reserved place at the beginning of the Conference (or at the time of arrival).

During the poster session scheduled in the program (publication pending), authors must go to the poster area and present the posters to the attendees.

 

Online attendance

Authors will connect to the poster session link (it will be provided prior to the Conference) and project the poster in the video-call. They will remain online throughout the session to explain the poster to the attendees.


Best poster award

In the poster session, authors will present their posters briefly (5-7 minutes each) to the poster committee. The members of the committee will vote after the session. Their scores together with the results of the review process will determine the poster awarded.

The poster awarded will be announced in the clossing session (last day of the Conference). Authors awarded will receive a certificate.

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Demo

Face-to-face attendance (most common option)

Demo authors will have a position in a laboratory to place their demo.

Before June 1, 2022, authors must send an email to inmap@unizar.es and rigual@unizar.es, indicating the technical demo requirements (if any).

Online attendance

Authors will connect to the demo session link (it will be provided prior to the Conference) and show their demo in the video-call. They will remain online throughout the session to show the demo to the attendees.


Best demo award

In the demo session, authors will present their demos briefly (5-7 minutes each) to the demo committee. The members of the committee will vote after the session. Their scores together with the results of the review process will determine the demo awarded.

The demo awarded will be announced in the clossing session (last day of the Conference). Authors awarded will receive a certificate.

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Doctoral consortium

Presentation instructions will be posted by May 20
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Frequently asked questions

Responses to some frequently asked questions

I am an author from an Ibero-American country and I am going to present my contribution online. Will my country's time zone be taken into account so that the presentation is within normal working hours?

Yes, the presentations from Ibero-American authors will be scheduled in such a way that they are at a regular time in the author's country of origin.