There will be a Best Oral Presentation Award and a Best Poster Presentation Award in PCS 2019, which are based on the scores from the audiences and experts committee. Please try to make your presentation clear and interesting to attract the audience. Good luck!
Here are some guidelines for the presentation.
Each presentation is limited in 20 minutes, 15 minutes for the presentation and 5 minutes for the Q&A. Remember to report to the session chair before the session begins.
To upload your presentation, please arrive at the session room at least 20 minutes before the session, find the staff, copy your files to the computer and check them. These should be finished as early as possible. Note:
- We will use a Windows 10 platform with Office PowerPoint, please check your presentation can display correctly.
- The presentation computer only support USB, so bring a USB flash drive to copy your files.
- If you prefer to play some videos, embed them in your presentation. Windows Media Player is used to play the videos. Make sure your video runs on it.
- Embed all the fonts in your presentation.
- Name your file with your paper ID (i.e. L1-1, see the website http://pcs2019.org/Program.aspx to find your paper ID).
We will use e-poster instead of a conventional poster board. You no longer need to print a large poster, carefully pack it and bring it. For each paper, we will provide a 50'' TV monitor with an aspect ratio of 16:9 and a resolution of 1920*1080. To present your e-poster on the TV, two approaches are provided:
- 1) If you have some videos or other dynamic contents to show, bring a laptop with an HDMI port. We will provide a male to male HDMI cable. Connect your laptop to the TV monitor, and then you can display your poster.
- 2) Otherwise, just bring a USB flash drive containing a JPEG format file. The TV monitor will directly play it. Note only JPEG format is supported.
You can prepare your poster with PowerPoint following the template. Save it as JPEG format if you choose Approach 2. Note:
- 1） The aspect ratio should be 16:9.
- 2） No matter which approach you choose, all contents should be contained in one single page. Any video should be embedded into it.
- 3） Make sure it displays clearly on a 1920*1080 monitor.
Please arrive at the poster area 20 minutes before the session begins. Prepare your poster and report to the session chair. Ask the staff for help if you meet any problems. During the session, at least one author should stand by the poster to present it to the audience. If the speaker is not present in front of the poster for most of the time during the poster session, this also implies the paper was not presented.