Awaji Yumebutai International Conference Center
Organization Committee of Dynein 2017
Co-sponsored by the National Institute of Information and Communications Technology (NICT)
Information for Presenters
For Presenters in Oral Sessions
The presentation hall for this Workshop will be set school style with a head table for two, a table microphone, a standing lighted lectern with a podium microphone, and aisle microphones to take questions from the audience.
The hall will have the following: data projector (resolution: XGA(1024 × 768)), appropriate size screen, and a laser pointer. All of work for preparation for your presentation is supported by the PC operator who resides under the podium. If you have any questions, please ask to them.
The workshop will only provide mini D-sub 15-pin cables (no wireless connection will be available). If you need another type of connector for your PC, please bring it yourself.
If you plan to give a Power Point presentation, you should bring your own laptop, power supplies, and adaptors. We also suggest that you bring a back-up of your presentation on a USB drive, in the case of any unforeseen problems (see below).
If you wish to use our workshop computer for your presentation, we kindly ask you to copy the presentation file into our computer at the latest during the break preceding the presentation and to test for functionality before the start of the session.
If you require additional audiovisual equipment, contact secretariat at firstname.lastname@example.org with your needs by 18th October. All additional projection equipment must be pre-approved by the Organizing Committee.
You are asked to arrive at the hall at least 20–30 minutes before the start of the session to ensure that the audiovisual technician has the appropriate amount of time to hook up your computer for your presentation.
You are requested to be seated in the front row of the session and approach the lectern in turns as the Chair of the session introduces each presentation.
You must adhere to your allotted time for speaking and answering questions, as a courtesy to other speakers and the audience.
For back-up of your presentation
Power Point (2007, 2010, 2013, 2016) running on a Windows 10 (64bit) PC and Power Point(2007, 2010, 2013, 2016) running on Macintosh OS X PC will be available for the backup of the oral presentations. Please bring your back-up of your presentation on a memory stick, or external hard drive or CD, and make sure you upload it in the morning of your presenting day, before the beginning of the first session.
For Presenters in Poster Sessions
The poster board surface area is 205cm high by 85cm wide. Please note, this portrait orientation may differ from posters you have presented in other conference.
Each poster should include: a label indicating the assigned program number of the abstract, the title, and the authors.
In addition, please:
A, Display a copy of your abstract (the simplified abstract is acceptable instead of the original)
B, Display your portrait photo on the upper right-hand corner of your poster to identify yourself.
The workshop will supply pushpins required for mounting.
Posters will be mounted and may be viewed from 8:30 AM on 30th October to 2:00 PM on 1st November. The hall will remain open for poster viewing from 8:30 AM to 10:30 PM every day.
Poster Session I (Odd numbered posters)
October 30th, from 7:30 PM to 9:30 PM
Poster Session II (Even numbered posters)
October 31st, from 7:30 PM to 9:30 PM
There is no Poster Printing Service in the venue. Please prepare your poster printed prior to the workshop.