Poster preparation

Posters will be displayed in the ‘700 Courtyard where all the symposium participants have the chance to pass by during coffee breaks and lunches. Each poster will be displayed for 2 days depending on which day your poster is scheduled. All speakers are asked to be present in front of their poster as scheduled in the program.

First set: from Monday 24th June to Tuesday 25th. Posters should be mounted on Monday from 9:00 am to 12:00 pm and should be removed on Tuesday evening.
Second set: from Thursday 27th June to Friday 28th. Posters should be mounted on Thursday 27th June from 9:00 am to 10:00 am and should be removed on Friday evening.

Format and Size: less than 90 cm width x H 110 cm height 

Font size of body text should be easily legible (from 2 m for the text and 5 m for the main title). The language of the poster is English. Materials to affix the poster will be supplied at the Symposium desk.

Oral presentation

Presentations must be made in English, as no translation service will be available. The presentation file must be prepared using Microsoft PowerPoint (.ppt or. pptx) or Adobe Acrobat Reader in 16:9 widescreen format . Presentation file must be saved on USB flash memory stick or thumb drive. The use of personal laptop, tablet, smartphone or desktop PC is not acceptable. Presenters are invited to submit and check their presentations at least one session prior their presentation time to the technical staff responsible for presentations. Please ask the desk during registration for more information.

Length of the presentation

Oral presentation: 12 minutes for presentation, followed by 3 minutes for discussion.                                                                                                                                                                                               Keynote speech: 40 minutes for presentation, followed by 5 minutes for discussion.

Università degli Studi di Milano – Aula Magna

Via Festa del Perdono 7 – 20122 – Milano


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