2.4.1 Presentation format
Each author should present the term paper either in an oral or a poster session.
Authors should indicate their preference for oral or poster presentation together with the submission of the final version of the paper. This preference will be honoured if it is possible considering the balance between oral and poster presentations.
The oral presentation should be 15 minutes in total; with a 10 minutes presentation and leaving 5 minutes for questions.
The listeners should use the 5-minute question slot to ensure that they have understood the content well enough to lead a discussion on the topic.
During the question slot, the reviewers' discussion point regarding the paper will also be presented in preparation for the discussions.
The poster presentations will be allotted a longer time slot (30 minutes - 1 hour, depending on the number of posters), during which the presenters and the listeners are free to interact in presentations, discussions and questions regarding the presented posters. Note that the listeners are required to visit every poster, in order to prepare for the discussions.
The size of your poster should be 'somewhat larger' than A0 format (1.19 x 0.84 meters).
Refer to e.g. Typical poster guidelines to get inspiration on the poster layout and presentation.
2.4.r Requirements: In order to pass, the presentation should
- have an engaging content, summarizing the most important parts, findings or ideas of the term paper
- keep within the allowed time slot
- be clear and easy to follow for the listeners
- be well-prepared, with a clear outline and not read
- use the presentation material (Powerpoint slides, OH, blackboard, poster) satisfactorily: it should be clear, easy to read, complement the oral presentation