Oral & Poster Preparation Guidelines

Best student paper and poster awards

ORAL presentations

Oral presentations should be prepared in MS Powerpoint format (.ppt or .pptx). The preferred format for the power point presentations is 16:9 (as opposed to 4:3).

The presenting authors are asked to adhere to their time limits (see below).

Plenary lectures (on invitation) will have 40 min, i.e., 30 min to present and 10 min for discussion.

Keynote presentations (on invitation) will have 25 min, i.e., 20 min to present and 5 min for discussion. Keynote presentations are presented within a session and introduce/review the specific area addressed by the session.

Regular oral presentations will have 15 min, i.e., 12-13 min to present and 2-3 min for discussion.

Flash oral presentations will have 5 min, i.e., 4 min to present and 1 min to get to podium.

BEST ORAL PRESENTATION AWARDS

During the conference, a jury with the help of the session chairpersons will judge and rank all graduate student oral presentations. At the closing ceremony of the conference, the three best oral presentations by a student will be announced and awarded.

This event is sponsored by ISMET.


 

POSTER presentations

Poster panels will be suitable for posters with A0 format (approx. 85 cm x 120 cm- PORTRAIT, NOT LANDSCAPE). The presenting authors should be available during the poster sessions to present/answer questions on their posters (see program).

BEST POSTER AWARDS

During the conference, a jury will judge and rank all student poster presentations. At the closing ceremony of the conference, the three best posters by a graduate student will be announced and awarded.

This event is sponsored by the Journal of Environmental Science & Ecotechnology (ESE)