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Presentation guidelines 2014 iew

Presentation guidelines

2014 IEW


Contents

Contents

  • General guidelines

  • Guidelines for the poster presentation

  • Guidelines for the teaser presentation

  • Checklist


General guidelines 1

General guidelines (1)

  • Every author has to prepare

    • poster and

    • teaser presentation

  • Please use the provided template for

    • the poster  IEW2014-poster-template.ppt

    • the teaser presentation  IEW2014-teaser-template.ppt

  • Use Powerpoint 2003 or later version

    • Macintosh Powerpoint is allowed, but extra precautions should be taken to ensure compatibility with Windows Powerpoint. The author is responsible that Mac Powerpoint presentations will work on Windows  please verify!


General guidelines 2

General guidelines (2)

  • Strong recommendation to keep closely to this template

  • Use 36pt fonts for title on top of each page

  • Use 24pt fonts for content

    • (Or 22pt for 2nd level bullets)

  • Use white background

  • Use sans-serif fonts

    • this template is using Arial ( better for slides, presentations)

    • don‘t use serif fonts like times, etc. ( better for books, news-papers, etc.)


General guidelines 3

General guidelines (3)

  • General recommendations

    • The poster / teaser slides should provide the message on a „first sight“

    • Use 7-7 rule (maximum 7 lines, maximum 7 words per line)

    • Avoid long full text blocks

    • Abstract and references have relaxed rules (more text, smaller fonts size is allowed)

    • Avoid poor contrast  no yellow, light gray, light blue, etc. on a white background! (e.g. no good visibility on some beamers)


General guidelines 4

General guidelines (4)

  • Recommendations for diagrams / graphs

    • Keep diagrams simple  don‘t put in too much information or many different curves

    • Label all axes of the graphs (including units)

    • Don‘t use too small font size  make axis labels and numbers readable!

    • Use legends or labels to identify different curve in a graph

    • Avoid poor contrast  no yellow, light gray, light blue, etc on a white background!

    • Use thick lines

    • Don‘t use grid lines if not absolutely necessary


Guidelines for the poster presentation 1

Guidelines for the poster presentation (1)

  • The poster presentation contains 24 slides maximum

  • Mandatory are:

    • Title page, containing title, all author‘s names, affilations (logos are allowed here)

    • Biography slide (main author only)

    • Abstract slide (up to 200 words, reduced font size is OK for this slide)

    • Detail slides (i.e. the technical content of your poster presentation)  19 slides maximum

    • Next to last slide: Conclusions

    • Last slide: References (one page only. Reduced font size is OK for this slide)


Guidelines for the poster presentation 2

Guidelines for the poster presentation (2)

  • You must bring a set of color print-outs for mounting on the poster boards

    • At the venue there is no possibility to print your poster

    • Pins are available

  • Use A4 or Letter page format

  • The printed poster pages will be mounted like shown below:


Guidelines for the poster presentation 3

Guidelines for the poster presentation (3)

  • You must submit a PDF for the printed handouts

    • not for the teaser

  • In the print dialog window enter the following:

    • Print what: Handouts

    • Color/grayscale: Color

    • Handouts: slides per page: 2, portrait-format

    • PDF-settings: PDF/A (PDF/A-1b, …; includes all fonts and enables all pictures being printed correctly)

  • Ensure that the PDF file is a one-to-one copy of your slide

    • Is everything there on the right place and readable?

    • The authors are responsible to provide a error-free PDF file


Guidelines for the teaser presentation 1

Guidelines for the teaser presentation (1)

  • Purpose of the teaser:

    • It is an advertisement for your work

    • It should generate interest to discuss your work during poster session

    • It is limited to a short presentation  5 minutes maximum!

      ~1 minute per slide

    • No Q&A after teaser  discussion at the poster

    • It should not be a complete summary, but introduce the work and give some highlights

    • Highlight, don‘t detail

      e.g. provide (open) questions to the audience and let the answer open for poster discussions afterwards


Guidelines for the teaser presentation 2

Guidelines for the teaser presentation (2)

  • The teaser presentation contains 5 slides maximum

  • Mandatory are:

    • Title page, containing title, all author‘s names, affiliations (logos are allowed here)

    • Purpose slide

    • Teaser content (maximum 3 slides)

    • See template file


Checklist

Checklist

  • Poster:

    • contains 24 slides maximum

    • bring a set of color printouts on A4/letter paper format (1 slide per sheet)

    • send pdf file for handout (color, 2 slides per sheet)

  • Teaser:

    • contains 5 slides maximum

  • Tip for checking the readability:

    • Put printed teaser and poster slides on the floor before your feet

    • Stand up and if you can read everything then it‘s fine


Deadlines both for poster and teaser

Deadlines (both for poster and teaser!)

  • First draft to mentor & TPC chair & AV chairFeb 24,2014

  • Feedback from mentorsMar 17,2014

  • Second draft to mentor & TPC chair & AV chairApril 7,2014

  • Final version to mentor & TPC chair & AV chair April 15,2014

    Have fun and stay discharged!


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