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APES 2014 :
Asia-Pacific EPR/ESR Symposium
IES
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International EPR (ESR) Society Symposium
SEST 2014
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the 53th SEST Annual Meeting

Presentation Information

ORAL PRESENTATIONS:

The presentation time includes talk and 5 minutes discussion. The bell will ring three times during oral presentations for notice. The first bell rings when approximately 2/3 of your talk has passed. The second bell notifies that the presentation time is over and start discussion. The third bell notifies that the scheduled time including discussions is over.

  • Plenary talks:

  • 1st bell at 27min:last 13 min for the end of talk.
    2nd bell at 40min:the end of talk, discussion(5 min) starts.
    3rd bell at 45min:the presentation is over.

  • Invited & Award talks: (Please check your presentation time on the program)

  • 1st bell:depends on your presentation time.
    2nd bell:the end of talk, discussion(5 min) starts.
    3rd bell:the presentation is over.

  • Contributed talks:

  • 1st bell:last 5 min for the end of talk.
    2nd bell:the end of talk, discussion(5 min) starts.
    3rd bell:the presentation is over.

  • Presentation materials:

  • Oral presentations will be given in the conventional format using PC and an LCD projector. Note that only LCD projectors will be provided. The connection with LCD projectors is only VGA type connector. Authors are expected to bring their presentation on their own laptop computers along with a backup copy on flash memory in case of laptop failure.

POSTER PRESENTATIONS:

  • Poster size:
  • Poster should be fit inside the size of poster board 1800mm height x 1200mm width. Recommended poster size is 1200mm height x 900mm width (A0 size).

  • Poster session time:
  • Poster session is held on Nov. 14 (Thu) at the Nara prefectural New Public Hall. Poster boards will be available after 17:10, and session time is 17:30-19:25. Posters should be removed at the end of the poster session. Otherwise the posters will be discarded.

  • Poster number:
  • Poster should be put up according to the presentation number (e.g., P-1) in the abstract booklet (online list here).