Presentation Instruction

Presentation Instruction

Authors are expected to adhere with the Presentation Instruction given below.

Oral Presentation Instruction

All oral presentations have been allocated a 15-minute time slot. These 15-minutes must include the presentation, questions, any discussion, and the transition to the next presentation. It is strongly recommended that speakers plan on a 10-11 minute presentation to allow 4-5 minutes for questions; speakers typically cover at most one to two slides per minute.

Each room (Harmony and Symphony) will be equipped with a personal computer running Microsoft Windows XP, Microsoft Office 2007, Adobe Acrobat Reader, Flash (to handle Flash animations), and Microsoft PowerPoint Viewer 2007. The presentations must be produced and ready to use in at least one of these formats. The room will have a projection screen, and the computer will be connected to an appropriate LCD projector. Authors should ensure that their presentations are loaded onto the computer in their assigned room well in advance.

All papers must be presented in person at the symposium in order to be considered for the special issue of RF and Microwave Computer Aided Engineering, Wiley.

The preferred method of running a PowerPoint presentation will be through PowerPoint Viewer 2007. This should properly display any presentation created using PowerPoint version 97 or later. You must make sure that your presentation contains all of the fonts and any auxiliary or multimedia files needed, and that these files will be in the right place on the projection machine. You should also make sure that any and all graphics, multimedia, or other files used by your presentation are included with your presentation. Once you get to the Conference, you are strongly urged to use the computer to check your presentation. Even if you do not have any multimedia effects or use auxiliary files, font incompatibilities, different resolutions for the projector, and differences in standard formats used around the world very commonly cause problems. You will not be given extra time during your presentation to solve such problems.

Presentations can be loaded onto the computers in the session rooms via either CD-ROM or USB flash memory stick. It is requested that you do not use a U3-enabled flash memory stick (for example, most recent SanDisk brand memory sticks are U3 enabled). In creating a CD-ROM for your presentation, please do so in a manner such that no special software is required to read the CD-ROM. For example, some popular CD-R software provides an option of creating a “data CD” or using “DirectCD.” Create a data CD; do not use “DirectCD.” Using the latter can lead to reading compatibility problems in some cases. Also, please be sure that your software is set to close the session when you finish recording the CD. Only CD-R drives (but not “regular” CD-ROM drives) can read CDs recorded with the session left open. It is strongly urged that you try reading the CD you have created on another computer (with a standard CD-ROM drive), in order to maximize the likelihood that the CD can be read by the presentation computers. Again, please test your method of loading the presentation in the speaker preparation room well before your session begins.

The session chair(s) for your session will have a Feedback Form where they will mark whether or not your paper was presented during the session. If the Form indicates that the paper was not presented, it will be automatically withdrawn from consideration for the special issue of the journal. Thus, during your session, please approach the session chair and make sure that he/she has marked your presence. there will be best paper award from each contributory session in addition to the global 3 best awards.

As a last comment, please try to minimize any potential problems by taking advantage of redundancy whenever possible: save and bring your presentation in multiple formats (e.g., Microsoft PowerPoint and Adobe PDF), store your presentation in more than one media (e.g., a CD and a flash memory stick, etc.), and hand carry your presentation during travel.

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