Type of Presentations
Author has the choice to select oral or poster presentation. However, a final decision will be upon our committee to select the oral presentations. A procedure to select the oral presentations will be based mainly on your abstract (and your extended abstract if submitted at the same time, however an extended abstract is not a requirement for oral presentation).
1.) Oral Presentation: The total time for each presentation is 15 minutes including approximately 12 minutes for your presentation and 3 minutes for questions and answers. We provide the LCD projector with a laptop computer operating with Microsoft Windows 7. There will be Microsoft Powerpoint, Impress for OpenDocument and Acrobat reader for an oral presentation materials. Laser pointer is also provided. Please be noted that the presenter is expected to give the presentation file(s) before the starting of the session. The schedule of oral presentations will be informed later.
2.) Poster Presentation: Presenter can mount his/her poster at the poster room starting from the evening of November 14, 2012. Presenter is also expected to be at his/her poster(s) to present and discuss the contents with the interested attendees (please see the conference program). The poster can be kept in the poster room for the whole conference, if preferred, or unmount after your poster presentation.
The poster is expected to be in the standard iso size of A0 (1189 x 841 mm). Poster boards, pushpins and other material needed for posting your poster will be provided by the conference organization.
Size of the poster
Boards will be provided to mount your poster
Presenters are encouraged to bring their printed technical reports or other material to hand out to interested attendees. Your laptop computers or tablets are also a great tools to show more images, play animations, and run programs if needed.
1.) Abstract: A 1-full page abstract is required for all participants who would like to present their research work either in the form of poster and/or oral presentations. Both text abstract and text with graphical abstract are acceptable. Please submit your abstract online before
the deadline of August 24, 2012. The templates for abstract submission are provided as follows:
All accepted abstracts will be notified with an invitation letter before August 31, 2012.
Please also help us by indicating your preferred sessions. If your work does not fit, please select “others” and indicating keywords of the sessions.
2.) Extended abstract or full paper: This is a (maximum) 8 pages paper including all: contents, figures, tables and references. It must be submitted before September 24, 2012 for a review by our scientific committee. The extended abstract will be published in the proceedings of the conference. It is not a requirement for all submissions. However, participants are encouraged to submit the extended abstract, particularly for graduate students. The templates of the extended abstract are provided below.
All revised extended abstract will be published in the conference proceeding in an electronic format and it will be available on a conference thump-disk and on the website at the beginning of the conference. For those who need special requirement or “extra cares” about the conference proceeding (e.g. for your graduation under your university rules), please discuss with us beforehand.
If you choose OpenDocument or MS Word formats, please send us the odt or doc files and corresponding pdf file for correct proofing of your submission. If LaTeX is your choice, unzip the file and make change on file ’6thGeophysicsConf_abstract_