We request all speakers that all speakers respect the presentation times indicated below.
Invited speakers are allocated 20' for their presentation followed by 5' for Q&A and speaker transition.
Promoted speakers are allocated 12' for their presentation followed by 3' for Q&A and speaker transition.
Young Scientist Symposium speakers are allocated 10' for their presentation followed by 5' for Q&A and speaker transition.
All session rooms will include an ENC Speaker PC and MAC (with the latest OS and software) on stage for presentations. Please bring your presentation on a USB drive at least 30 minutes before your session and load it onto one of the ENC Speaker laptops. You can even load your presentation the day before your session, the earlier the better! Just make sure you tell the AV technician which session you are in. You can use your own laptop as a last resort.
Preferred aspect ratio is 16 x 9.
If you have questions, please contact the ENC office (email@example.com).
Each side of a poster board is 8-ft wide x 4-ft tall and each side provides two poster presentation spaces of 46 x 46 inches (117 x 117 cm). There are two spaces per side.
Poster spaces are numbered and assigned. Consult final program book to determine your assigned board number.
Posters should be mounted 8:00 - 9 :00 am on Monday of conference week.
Posters should be removed at 3:45 pm at the end of the poster session on Thursday afternoon of conference week.
Authors with odd-numbered poster board are encouraged to attend and present their posters on Monday and Wednesday.
- Authors with even-numbered poster boards are encouraged to attend and present their posters on Tuesday and Thursday.
Special Young Scientist Poster Session on Sunday, March 8, 4:00 - 6:00 pm
All student and post-doc poster presenters are invited to participate.
If you will participate please hang your poster by 4:00 pm on Sunday. There will be oral presentations from 1:30-4:00 pm (Young Scientist Symposium) immediately preceding the special poster session and Welcome Reception. We request that you remove your poster at the conclusion of this special session and remount it Monday morning. We will have the poster boards numbered after the special session to follow the final program and poster space assignments.