Guidelines for presenters

This page contains information and guidelines for all presenters, whether it be for an oral presentation, a workshop or a poster presentation. Please read them carefully, and contact us with all your remaining questions! Also, we’d like to remind you of our language guidelines.

Oral presentations

Please note that oral presentations in the different stream sessions can be 15 minutes long, including 5 minutes Q&A. Workshops last 1.5 hours.

We strongly advise all presenters to prepare their talks using PowerPoint (and not alternate presentation software). Please use standard size 4:3. A media projector with a PC laptop (not MAC) will be provided for in each conference room. Please email requests for other audio visual equipment to contact@epath.eu so that the feasibility can be determined ahead of time.

In order to avoid technical difficulties we ask you to upload your PowerPoint presentations by visiting the Ex Ordo abstract submission system. PowerPoint presentations may be uploaded under “Presentations” on the Dashboard of the abstract service (Ex Ordo). All presentation will be available on the laptop (downloaded from this website) in the conference room you’re presenting in. Only when you have given your consent, this presentation is made publicly visible to allow others to view your scientific contributions.

Poster presentations

The attended e-poster session is scheduled to take place Thursday, 6th April from 16:30-17:30.  Only selected posters are allowed to be presented in the “Short Oral Poster Presentation Session”.  Poster presentation are 5 minutes long.  As a corollary, poster presenters must register and attend the meeting for the poster to be presented. EPATH will announce the Poster Award during the conference.

Posters should be uploaded under “Presentations” on the Dashboard of the abstract service (Ex Ordo) in Pdf or PowerPoint format .  You can also upload your short poster presentation in Powerpoint (max 2 slides).  All presentation will be available on the laptop (downloaded from this website) in the conference room you’re presenting in. Only when you have given your consent, this presentation is made publicly visible to allow others to view your scientific contributions.