Presentation Guidelines

Oral Presentation Guidelines

  1. Oral presentation will be held parallel based on the theme or field.
  2. The distribution of session will be available at least one-week prior the symposium date.
  3. The presenter’s name and paper title will appear on the session schedule in the apps.
  4. Allocation time is 12 minutes for presentation and 3 minutes for discussion.
  5. There will be a timer on your screen as a reminder of where you are in the presentation.
  6. Please be advised that presentations exceeding the limit will be cut off by the moderators in the interest of time.
  7. Presenters are allowed to upload their power point presentation three days before the presentation session in form.
  8. Presenters may present their paper through recorded video or live streaming.
  9. If video becomes the choice, presenters must upload their video (max 200 MB) three days before the presentation.
  10. If presenters opt live streaming, make sure the internet connection is excellent. However, it is advised that all presenters prepare their recorded video beforehand to anticipate any troubles during online presentation.
  11. On the presentation session, presenters must attend the entire session, and answer the questions from the other participants or moderator.

Poster Presentation Guideline

  1. Each poster should be presented in A3 paper size measuring 297 mm (width) × 420 mm (height) or 11.69 inches (width) × 16.54 inches (height).
  2. All posters should be prepared in advance and send to the conference by the presenters in PDF format.
  3. Poster must be written in English.
  4. Title must be in upper case.
  5. The presenting author’s name must be underlined and all author affiliation must be included
  6. Poster should include Title (with names of authors and affiliations), Introduction/Objectives, methods, results, conclusion, Acknowledgements (if any), and contact information
  7. Poster may include diagrams, graphs, and photographs.
  8. Avoid using abbreviations, acronyms and/or jargon in your poster. Make sure the font is consistent throughout.
  9. Poster must be submitted in this form.
  10. Posters are available for viewing in TBD.
  11. Authors and interested viewers have more time for discussion in TBD.