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Instructions for presenters

The Projector is set to present the 16:9 format

Four types of presentations are offered during the 16th Biometal 2024:

1-Keynote (K)
On invitation only, 40 minutes including 8-10 min discussions. Keynote speakers are allowed to connect their own computer to the audiovisual equipment.

2-Oral (O)
20 minutes presentations including 5 minutes discussion. Please keep the time. For the benefits of all, we strongly suggest limiting your presentation to 15 minutes. Oral presenters MUST upload their files and check the compatibility of the presentation with the audiovisual equipment in advance and no later than the coffee break prior to the presentation session. Please contact the AV responsible volunteers the day before your presentation.

3-Short oral presentation (SOP)
SOP are presentations that include 2 parts: 1) 5 minutes fire presentation (a short discussion for burning questions on a cluster of 3 to 4 short oral presentations will be held at the end of the presentation, see the program); AND 2) Poster displayed all the conference length. The presenter will be asked to remain in front of his/her poster during the poster session. During the first session, posters with an odd number will be presented, while in the second session posters with an unpair number will be presented. All papers presented as SOP also need to be presented as Poster for allowing discussion and foster exchanges. Short-Oral presenters MUST upload their files and check the compatibility of the presentation with the audiovisual equipment in advance, and no later than the coffee break prior to the presentation session. We suggest SOP presenters to limit their slides to 5, and include title, context/approach, goal(s) of the work, and the main original result(s).

4-Poster (P)
Poster Size: to be announced
Posters are expected to generate discussion between participants during all 16th Biometal 2024. All registered participants are offered to bring a poster to enhance the chance and the potential to show and discuss their work in the field even out of the allowed poster hours.