INFES 2020 2.0 :Oral and Poster Presentation Guidelines

Guidelines for Oral and Poster Presentation

INFES 2020 2.0 Presentation

Consider the sequence and relevancy of slides. The current slide should build a path to next slide. Use graphs and charts to illustrate your prominent points. Those will help the audience to clearly understand the content.

Poster Presentation:

All poster presenters should submit their research work in single PPT or JPG format. INFES 2020- 2.0 will support only MS PowerPoint or JPG format. Please ensure that all presentations are in this given format. High definition Zoom screen sharing option will be used for all INFES 2.0 sessions with cloud recording technology. Please apply widescreen formatting when preparing your PPT slides or JPG image.

Oral Presentation:

Oral presenters will be allocated 7 minutes for their presentation and 3 minutes for questions and answers with the audience. If the presentation exceeds 7 minutes, the chair will shorten the Q&A period that follows the presentation.

 The presentation should be made with the optimum number of slides as per the guideline of the conference and it will be completed within 7 minutes. The content slides should give an overview of the research with conclusions and future research direction.

Please note that QR codes, bar codes, contact number are not permitted on slides for oral presentations.

Slide Format

INFES 2020- 2.0 will support only MS PowerPoint. Please ensure that all presentations are in this given format. High definition Zoom screen sharing option will be used for all INFES 2.0 sessions with cloud recording technology. Please apply widescreen formatting when preparing your PPT slides (aspect ratio 16:9; resolution 1920 x 1080).

Slide Submission

Speakers (Oral or Poster) must submit their PPT by email into infes2020@gmail.com on or before 27th December, 2020 (5 P.M. as per Indian standard time).

There will be maximum 3 slides in the Oral Presentation of the presenter.

1st slide: Title page

2nd slide: Description of the work, methods & methodology

3rd slide: Result & Discussion, Graphical analysis, Data Presentation & Conclusion

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