Poster presentations

Registered presenters may submit up to 5 posters, which will be displayed in the coffee break hall throughout the whole congress. Each scientific session will be highlighted during one specific coffee break, where the authors are invited to stay next to their poster to facilitate discussions. The schedule of poster sessions will be displayed on the website (“Scientific sessions”) and printed in the congress programme. Poster stands and double-sided tape will be provided. Please remember that it is strictly forbidden to take a picture of a poster without the express authorisation of the first or corresponding author.

Please create posters in A0 portrait format (approxim. 80 cm wide and 120 cm high). Authors who wish to have their poster printed in Khon Kaen can send us a digital version before October, 30, in one of the following formats: pdf, jpf, TIFF. Poster must be in full size with a resolution of 300dpi and CMYK colour format. The printing cost is 700thb (ca. 20€) in 120g glossy photo paper. Payment should be made during the meeting at the registration desk, on November 6 and 7, in cash (in baht).

Oral presentations

Oral presentations are limited to four per speaker. The first author or corresponding author of each abstract should be a registered congress participant. Normal oral presentations are 20min long (15min for the presentation and 5 minutes for questions) and keynote talks are 30min long (25min+5min).No extra time will be permitted in order to maintain the schedule, to allow participants to easily move between the rooms.

The presentation format is pdf, 4:3 ratio (16:9 or 16:10 are possible but black bars will appear on the screen). Presentations should be uploaded the day prior to their session at the committee room on the second floor, opposite the coffee break hall. Please name your presentation as follows: “SessionNumber_AuthorName” (ex: S12_Saetang). It is the speaker’s responsibility to ensure that links to external content (such as videos, website) work properly. A PC computer will be available in the committee room for testing presentations.

Presentations will be broadcast online for remote participants, but will not be recorded.

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