Each full paper, including Best Paper Candidates in the Best Paper Session, and brave new topic papers, will be presented in an oral session.
Each presentation will be allotted 22,5 minutes (17,5 minutes for the presentation +5 minutes for Q&A).
One Best Paper Award winner and one Best Student Paper Award winner will be selected and announced in the award ceremony session on Thursday the 19th.
We expect full paper authors to also present their work using posters in the poster session on 17th of October in “The Bazel” to foster further interactive discussions, in addition to the oral presentations. Please see the instructions for oral and poster presentations below.
All oral session rooms are equipped with data projectors with a standard VGA connector. We encourage speakers to bring and use their own laptops or other presentation devices. Check the compatibility of your laptop and the projector before the session starts. If you plan to use your own MAC or laptop with a non-VGA connection bring a VGA adapter to connect to the projector.
We will have powerpoint laser pointers/slide changers available, but if you have your own please bring it along.
The presentation format of the data projectors is 16:9 so create your presentation with this format in mind.
In the break before your presentation, go to the scheduled room to meet the Session Chair and the Room Volunteer who will help you set up for your presentation.
Time will be strictly enforced by session chairs and all the presenters are expected to make sure that their presentations fit strictly within the time limit and that the switching to another presentation is done during the Q&A.
If special equipment is required, please contact the Local Organization Chairs (email@example.com) in advance.
Free wireless internet is available, but make sure that presentations would also work if the connection is limited or not available.
Open Source Software Competitions
The open source software solutions will be presented in one oral session. Each OSSC presentation is allocated 5 minutes (4 minutes for the presentation, and 1 minute for Q&A).
As part of your presentation, please make sure to show your OSSC work in action. This can be done with a live demo, but given the limited time a video, or other powerful ways of conveying its value to the MM community might be more suited.
One OSSC award will be given to the winner and announced in the award ceremony session.
Multimedia Grand Challenge Solutions
Each finalist team presentation in the Multimedia Grand Challenge Session will be allotted 5 minutes (4 minutes for the presentation + 1 minute for Q&A).
Winners will be selected for Multimedia Grand Challenge awards based on their presentation and announced in the award ceremony session.
All posters will be presented at “The Bazel”, a short walk from the main conference location, the 17th of October from 14.00-17.00.
The poster boards are Vertical, so prepare your poster in size A0 with portrait mode. Smaller is of course also possible. The conference will supply pushpins to hang your poster on the board.
The poster session is decomposed into two sessions based on the number of your paper in the program (this holds for short and also for full and brave new topic papers)
Poster Session 1: ODD numbers 14.00-15.30
Poster Session 2: EVEN numbers 15.30-17.00
For poster presentations, you must be at your poster board during your session. During this time, expert attendees may ask questions about your work, in the other time slot you can freely wander around to see the other posters and demos.
Set up time for poster session 1 is from 13.30-14.00. From 15.15-15.30 the switch to posters for session 2 is made.
One Best Poster Award winner will be selected and announced in the award ceremony session based on the presentation quality of the poster.
You are encouraged to prepare handouts of your poster.
Demos will be at “The Bazel”, a short walk from the main conference location, the 17th of October from 14.00-17.00. You can set up your demo from 13.00-14.00.
For each demo paper, a table for your laptop and a poster board for your poster will be provided.
The poster boards are Vertical, so prepare your poster in size A0 with portrait mode. Smaller is of course also possible.
The conference will supply pushpins to hang your poster on the board.
One Best Demo Award winner will be selected and announced in the award ceremony session.
Each Doctorial Symposium paper will be presented as a poster in an invited only lunch on October 18.
In this session, senior researchers, travel grant winners and sponsors are expected to attend and spark inspirations/collaborations.
The poster should be size A0 and in portrait mode.
One Best Doctoral Award winner will be selected and announced in the award ceremony.
Video presentations will be at “the Bazel”, a short walk from the main conference location, the 17th of October from 14.00-17.00.
You can set up your video from 13.00-14.00.
A large screen and a table for your laptop will be provided.
A poster board with the same format as poster presentation will be provided for each video.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions related to accommodation, travelling to & within The Netherlands, the conference venue etc.
For call specific questions, email the relevant chairs - see Organising Committee for a full list.