Presentation slides are required to be submitted as pdf files in order to be compatible with the software available with the projector. Microsoft PowerPoint (.ppt/.pptx) files will also be accepted, but run the risk of incompatibility (fonts, etc.) with the available projection software. If used, it is strongly recommended that presenters save their PowerPoint presentations with True Type fonts attached. Also, presentation computers will not be equipped to accommodate audio sound.
Presenters are not allowed to use their own personal laptops, and Mac computers will NOT be available in any of the sessions. Authors using a Mac platform will need to ensure that their files operate compatibly in the PC environment.
Your submitted file should be named with the session and paper number in the following format: (session)- (paper number)–ICC2X. For example, TO2-05-ICC21.
Oral Presentation Digital File Submission
Oral presenters are required to submit an electronic version of their presentation in the publications room by 5:00 p.m. of the day prior to their presentation so that they can be scanned for any viruses and subsequently loaded on a PC computer for the following day’s presentations. The files can be provided on a USB stick or a CD or DVD.
Instructions For Oral Presentations
Each oral presenter is permitted 15 minutes. You should arrange your talk so that your presentation lasts 12-13 minutes, with 2-3 minutes available for questions. You are expected to notify the session chair of your presence 10 minutes before the start of the session so that he/she knows you are present. There will be no rearrangement of papers within an oral session to accommodate absences or cancellations. The time that you have been assigned within the oral session is fixed.
Please inform your session chair if you must withdraw your paper from the program on site at the conference.
Authors are strongly encouraged to bring to their session an additional electronic copy of their slides for added security against unanticipated software/hardware anomalies.
If a presenter has failed to submit his/her presentation by 5:00 p.m. of the day prior to their presentation, they may be required to present their paper without accompanying slides.