Information for presenters

Oral presentations

The Riley auditorium is equipped with the following audio-visual equipment:

  • 1080p projector
  • Screen
  • Laptop with latest Windows version and HDMI connection
  • In built sound system
  • Slide advancer
  • Microphones

  

The Elton-Bowring room is equipped with the following audio-visual equipment:

  • 720p projector
  • Screen
  • Laptop with latest Windows version and HDMI connection
  • In built sound system
  • Microphones

  

Speakers are requested to bring their presentation on a USB memory stick in either Office, powerpoint or .pdf format and preload it onto the PC/laptop located in the lecture rooms. Speakers should save their presentation on the desktop and files should be saved by speakers surname and initial.Speakers should use a minimum 16-point font size in PowerPoint slides to ensure legibility.

To optimise compatibility, particularly for the inclusion of multimedia components, speakers should include the original files so that it can be re-embedded if necessary. Direct connection of personal laptops (with set up in the break prior to the corresponding session) is an acceptable, but not preferred alternative. Mac users should ensure that they bring the correct connection cable (VGA) with them.

Presenters are asked to prepare their talks to match the allocated times which will be strictly enforced by the session chairs:

  • Keynote talks: 40 minutes
  • Parallel session talks: 20 minutes

  

Key dates

  • Revision of proceedings (committee)
    Early September 2018
  • Early registration deadline:
    5 June 2018
  • Registration deadline:
    26 June 2018

More information

Authors of accepted abstracts will have the option to publish their papers in IOP Publishing’s Journal of Physics: Conference Series and/or in the special edition Advances in Computational Stress and Vibration Analysis, of the European Journal of Computational Mechanics (EJCM).