Preparation of the presentation: General instructions
All accepted papers will be presented in oral sessions. Hereafter some remarks to keep in mind when designing your oral presentation:
- Please prepare your presentation and save it in a PowerPoint Format or in PDF format. The file must be clearly labelled in the following format: ICAIGE_ID of your paper followed by the author name. For example, if your paper ID is 105, your file is named ICAIGE23_105_PresenterX.
- The text of the slides should be written in English. Keep the content of the presentation consistent with the key points of the abstract. Use standard fonts (Times New Roman, Arial, Helvetica, etc.). For clarity purpose, use large font size and appropriate colors, so that they can be easily seen by the audience.
- Regardless the research topic, the body of the presentation commonly consists of the following parts :
- Title page or cover page: includes the title, authors’ affiliations, conference name, etc.
- Introduction: Background of the work, research problematic, a short discussion of the related works, etc.
- Method: includes a description of the used methodology. Avoid complicated equations or formula unless they are unavoidable for the explanation or justification of the adopted methodology.
- Findings: Use graphs and tables to explain the main findings. Make comparison with previous methods and show clearly the contribution of your proposal.
- Conclusion and future work: Summarize the main outcomes and provide information on the strategy to achieve the remaining part of the project.
Guidelines for giving your oral presentation
- You are kindly requested to come to the presentation room at least 10 minutes before the session starts. Provide your presentation on a clean USB stick to the conference staff who will help you upload it on the computer available in the room.
- Each speaker will be allocated a time slot of 15 minutes in total, which is distributed as 10 minutes of presentation followed by a 5 minutes of questions and answers (Q & A). Please do not go over the given time to ensure all speakers have equal time on the program. Session chairs will be requested to respect the sessions’ timetables.
- A part of the audience does not have English as their mother language. Moreover, they need time to interpret the data and graphics you present. Therefore, please speak slowly and clearly, when you describe your research methodology and the work’s findings.
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