The following guidelines should help you to prepare for the conference and your presentation. During the main conference we have two different forms of presentations:
Each will be discussed below.
A large part of CAC2014 is dedicated to oral presentations of papers. These presentations are the typical form of conference presentations. Each paper is allocated a 25-minute time slot (see the final programme) of which 15 minutes will be reserved for the presentations itself and 10 minutes for discussion.
Presenters are expected to send their presentations in PDF and/or PPT(X) to the conference organisers before the conference. The presentations will be put on online after the conference. They will also be filmed; please indicate your permission to make the recordings available, too.
- Windows laptop with Office and PDF reader
- Video projector
- Microphone for the presenter
- Connection of computer audio out (3.5mm) to the loudspeaker system
- Internet connection
We aim at using only the ONE presentation machine in order to avoid the usual problems with switching the computers, so it is essential that we receive the PPT(X) and/or PDF on Wednesday Oct. 22nd. PDF is preferred, at least in addition to PPT(X).
As a fall-back in case of technical problems, please also bring your computer with the presentation on it.
If you have any questions, please contact Sebastian Drude at the Utrecht office.
The CAC2014 organisation has allocated presenters of posters and/or demos a time slot (see the final programme). We will provide a poster wall and table. Please note that we cannot provide you with large screens. Presenters are requested to set up their poster and/or demo during the coffee break (16.00-16.30) on Friday and during the Lunch break (12.25-14.00) on Saturday. The poster and demo sessions will be held in the Steyl room on the first floor.
- Internet connection
- Poster wall (width 1.20m; heigth 1.50m) with pins to attach your poster
- Table for laptop or other material
Please bring your own poster and/or demonstration computer.
If you have any questions, please contact Arwin van der Zwan at the Utrecht office.