Instructions for Preparing Papers and Posters
Long talks are allotted 20 minutes for presentation and 5 minutes for questions from the audience. Short talks are allotted 15 minutes for presentation and 5 minutes for questions. Please ensure that your presentation does not exceed the allotted length.
Please bring your PowerPoint or PDF presentation file with you on a CD or USB memory stick and submit presentation material to the operator in session room at least 20 minutes prior to the scheduled start of the session. The operator will load the presentation files to the notebook PC. Each session room will be equipped with the following equipment.
- Laptop computer running MS-Office PowerPoint 2007 operated in Windows 7, equipped with compact disk reader(CD & DVD) and USB drive
- One switcher with four RGB inputs
- One smart pointer and mouse
- One beam projector (RGB Port)
- One Screen
The electricity supply is 220-volts AC EU standard.
To avoid frequently occurring technical problems in the presentation, it is discouraged to bring your own computer unless your presentation requires it for special software and/or hardware. If it is unavoidable to use your own laptop, you should bring all the necessary adaptors which are compatible with our beam projector (RGB port). Macintosh PowerPoint users who wish to use the PC provided should check their presentation in advance for PC compatibility, using Compatibility Report in the PowerPoint Toolbox.
Main conference and workshop posters should be no larger than 1940 mm wide and 950 mm high. The poster orientation is horizontal. The conference will provide self-standing poster board, pushpins, clips, double-sided tape, etc. for mounting.
Session A is from 6:30 to 7:45. Session B is from 7:45 to 9 on Monday, August 5th. Please make sure you are present at your poster during your session, so that everybody knows when they can find you.
However, you (or one of your coauthors) would of course be very welcome to be at the poster for both sessions.
Please make sure you find the time to put up your poster some time after 2 pm on the 5th. All posters will remain posted also on the 6th so that anyone interested will have sufficient time to study them.
Below you can download detailed maps of the poster- and demonstrations areas to find where your poster will be.
Poster and demo numbers and placement: http://acl2013.org/site/maps-final.zip
Poster and demo area layout by topic: http://acl2013.org/site/maps-numbered.zip
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