0. Oral Presentations
Invited speakers' presentations will last 45 minutes (40 minutes for
presentation and 5 minutes for discussion and speaker swap), while oral
presentations will last 25 minutes (20 minutes for presentation and 5
minutes for discussion and speaker swap).
Since we must strictly follow the program
schedule, the session chairs will enforce the start and stop time of
Please show up in the lecture hall 5 minutes prior to the start of you
session to meet your session chair! Information about session chairs
will be available at the workshop.
To find out who your session chair
is, please check the info posters when you arrive at the workshop
1. AV equipment
An overhead transparency projector and a data projector will be
provided in the lecture hall. You may use your own laptop in your
presentation, so long as it has a VGA port.
Note that since the data
projector is NOT equipped with switched multiple ports, you will need
to manually connect it before the start of your talk. Alternatively,
we will make available an Intel-based laptop with an (Italian) version
of Microsoft PowerPoint '97, which will be connected to the projector.
If you choose to use this computer, you should bring your presentation
on either a CD-ROM, PC-formatted floppy, or zip disk.
Remember that it is VERY IMPORTANT that you bring backup
transparencies for your talk, even if you plan to use a computer for
Please contact Sara Tonelli (firstname.lastname@example.org) if you have any
other special requirements for your presentation.
If you are planning to distribute a handout, we recommend that you
prepare 60 copies. We will be unable to copy handouts at the
workshop site (unless very exceptionally for small quantities),
so please bring the copies of the handout with you to the workshop.
3. Poster session
If you are presenting a poster in one of the poster sessions, you will
need to prepare the material you would like to display.
Each poster will be allocated a frame 100cm wide by 150cm high in which to display
your poster or paper sheets. Your poster should display at the top
the title of your paper as well as the name(s) and affiliation(s) of
the author(s). Please ensure easy reading at a distance.
Posters will be mounted on a velvet-covered piece of wood. We will
provide the necessary materials to affix your poster to this mouting.
Note, however, that there will be no facilities available for copying,
magnifying or doing any process whatsoever with originals.
Though you will be expected to stand by your poster site in the poster
area only during the poster session in which you poster has been
included, we plan to leave all posters on display during the entire
day your presentation has been planned for the workshop.
As a result, please plan to set up your poster as soon as you arrive,
the day your presentation is planned, and to remove it at closing time.
Consult with one of the organizers when you arrive to find
out where you should set up.
Thanks for your attention to these organizational details.
very much looking forward seeing you in Venice.
The Program Chair
The Organizing Committee