Presentation Guidelines

Oral Presentation Guideline (Full and Short Papers)

Both full and short papers will be presented in an oral session. Each paper will be allocated 30 minutes (25 min presentation + 5 min Q&A from the audience).

Your presentation should preferably be uploaded to the PC in the session room in advance. Alternatively, you can use your own laptop. It is recommended to test the presentation materials, e.g. video and audio, as well as your laptop in advance of the session to ensure compatibility. It is also a good idea to have your presentation material on a U-Disk as a backup even if you plan to use your own laptop. Each room will have volunteers that can help to provide technical support.

Presenters are requested to be present in the room at least 5 minutes before the start of their session to introduce themselves to the session chair.

Demo Presentation Guideline

Authors should attend to the demo session during the entire session period and be available to discuss their demo systems with prospective audiences. Authors should also prepare their posters for the demo sessions, and a poster board of 80 cm* 180 cm (width and height) will be provided for each paper. The presenters should report to the session chair 10 minutes before the session and setup their demos.

All demo stations will be provided with a table, a poster board, Internet access (conference Wi-Fi only), and a power outlet (220V 50Hz with Chinese power plug). Demonstrators are required to bring their own computing equipment and any additional hardware needed for the demonstration (unless otherwise arranged in advance with the demo chairs).