current students

  • A projector and a desktop computer will be provided in each room.
  • Duration of each presentation
    • A maximum of 10 minutes for presentation, plus 5 minutes for Q&A
  • Authors should bring the slides in USB and copy the slides to the desktop before the session starts.

Please be present in your session at least 10 minutes before the beginning of the session and report to the session chair. We would also suggest you have a PDF version of your slides on a separate USB stick as a backup plan in case your original version fails to render properly.

Tips for preparing high-quality presentations

  • Keep it simple: keep each slide as simple as possible and explain one idea at a time
  • Give a good start: grab the attention from your audience at the beginning by starting with a compelling introduction of the background of your work
  • Avoid having too much technical details: present only a few highlights of your original contribution in your paper and emphasize high-level ideas on why your contributions are original in the context of related work
  • Use examples: use a few examples to make your talk more understandable
  • Keep a calm pace: deliver your talk at a relaxed pace
  • Manage the time: use a timer on your side to aware of the amount of time left