Final program

Please note that the program is subject to changes.

Instructions for speakers and chairs

The allotted time for speakers is including questions. All speakers are kindly asked to plan accordingly and Chairs are kindly asked to be stringent in keeping the time frames in their sessions.

Oral presentations – format and technical restrictions
The presentation should be prepared as a PowerPoint presentation in a 16:9 format (due to the format of the screen).

We will only use PC computers (no Mac!), Windows and PowerPoint software, so please provide file(s) compatible with this setup. We recommend that you also bring a PDF file of your presentation. Please do not bring your own computer!

If any videos will be included in your presentation, please hand these in as separate files when you hand in your presentation. Do not include them in the PowerPoint presentation.

We kindly ask you to hand in your presentation no later than the break before your session and to be present in the lecture hall at a minimum of 10 minutes before your lecture. If your lecture is in the first session of the day, please provide your presentation no later than 30 minutes before the session begins.

All presentations must be given in English.

Please note that the information above is subject to change.

Instructions for posters

Posters should be displayed in portrait (=standing) orientation. The poster board area is 110 cm wide and 200 cm high. The material on the poster board is felt. Pins will be provided. Each poster has been given a number and should be fixed on the board marked with the same number.

Poster mounting and dismounting
You will be able to put up your poster during the following hours: Sunday 13 August at 15:30 to 17:00 Monday 14 August from 08:00. Please note that your poster must be mounted before 10.30 on Monday.

We kindly ask you to take down your poster on Wednesday, August 16 after the last coffee break, i.e. 16.30. If you wish, you may leave your poster to the person in charge of the poster exhibition on Wednesday and retrieve it on Thursday in Aula Medica.

The poster should be prepared in the English language.

Please note that the information above is subject to change.

Latest update: 27 July, 2017