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If you are a keynote lecture or a session lecture speaker, please read the following instructions to know the presentation process.
First, come to the Speakers’ Ready Room (Mezzanine, room 13) to deliver presentation at least 24 hours before your presentation. Please, name your file as follows: S1_ID123_1030.pptx 
S= number of your session
ID= code of your work
1030= Time when your talk is scheduled
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IMPORTANT:  we will not receive presentations when the session has been started.
As you know, oral presentations in sessions have two modalities:
  1. 15 minutes, including 3 minutes for questions;
  2. 10 minutes, including 2 minutes for questions.
Please we ask you to respect the time for questions because it belongs to the audience.
Opening hours of the Speakers’ Ready Room (Mezzanine, room 13)
Second, check in at the Speakers’ Ready Room is the most important step you will take to ensure your presentation is a success. The Speakers’ Ready Room will be in Room 13 at the Mezzanine and A/V personnel will be available to assist you. All speakers are required to check into the Speakers’ Ready Room at least 24 hours before their presentations. Those speakers presenting on Monday, July 1, are encouraged to send their presentations via email to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. before the conference starts.
Third, when checking in, please bring a copy of your presentation on USB storage device to load to a conference computer, A/V personnel will copy your presentation and ensure that it is transferred to the appropriate session moderator and room. At the end of the meeting, all files will be destroyed.
Four, to ensure that your presentation displays correctly, we ask you to adhere to the presentation guidelines below.
Acceptable formats
MS Windows: Microsoft PowerPoint 2016 or earlier, Acrobat PDF X
Macintosh: Microsoft PowerPoint 16.25 or earlier, Acrobat PDF X
Macintosh users: When choosing fonts for your presentation, notice that the first item on the Font menu is Font Collections. In the Font Collections, please use the fonts you find on the Windows Office Compatible sub-menu and you’ll have no trouble with PowerPoint 2016 for Windows.
Create a backup copy of your presentation
We recommend you to bring at least two copies of your presentation to the meeting in case there is a problem with one.