Each speaker will have 5 minutes to present his or her paper so as to interest other attendees in their research project.
Perhaps the easiest option is a PowerPoint presentation. If you do not like PowerPoint for some reason, any format will do which would allow you to show your charts, graphs, and text snippets on a screen.
Next you will have 1-1.5 hours to discuss your project with other attendees interested in your research.
The organizers will provide participants with 120x120 cm poster boards to which paper sheets can be affixed with thumbtacks.
We do not recommend posting the text of your paper, which will be included in the proceedings of the conference anyway. A good poster should provide the most important information about your project so that you don’t have to repeat the same things over and over again for the benefit of each new visitor, allowing you to spend more time on answering questions. Remember that you can show a lot more illustrations and charts at a poster session than at a regular presentation.
Naturally, you can also use a computer. The organizers cannot provide each speaker with a computer, so be sure to bring your (fully charged) laptop if you are planning to use one.