All Posters must be oriented vertically
Presenting author are required to print their physical poster based on the requirements listed in the section below. The APASL 2020 committee does not print posters on behalf of presenters.
Presentation number will be prepared by committee. The committee will inform the poster number by email. Each poster board is assigned a number corresponding to the poster numbers listed in the program. Please use the board that corresponds with your abstract number.
Pins for display will be provided at each poster board. A board with 80cm(W) x 120cm(H) will be provided for each poster as following example.
Designing an Effective Poster
There is no required format or orientation for posters. We will provide suggested templates that you may use for your poster or you can use your own format as long as it does not exceed the width 80cm(W) x 120cm(H) size limitation. The committee suggests the following templates:
Heading: It must be indicating the title of the paper, author(s), institution and location, and disclosure information. The poster title should be the same as the title submitted with the abstract and appear in boldface at the top.
Premise: Your poster should include three to five brief sentences that outline the information necessary to understand the study and why it was performed. The question(s) to be asked or the hypotheses tested should be clearly and succinctly stated.
Methods: Outline your methods briefly, providing only details for new methods, or modifications of older methods.
Graphics: Results presented in the form of a graph or chart are always more effective than blocks of text. Provide a legend for symbols and other details and interpretation of results below each panel.
Conclusion: State the conclusion succinctly in large type. Many viewers read this first; hence, it should be easily understandable.
The Day of Poster Presentation
Presenters are required to stand next to their posters during the designated lunch-time as well as during the morning and afternoon coffee breaks, for informal discussions, on the scheduled date indicated in the notification email.
All poster session will take place in the Seminyak, Kintamani, and Singaraja Lobby. Please follow this schedule to plan your day:
7-8 a.m : Poster Reception Desk will be located at the Poster Area. Pl¬ease come to the Poster Reception Desk to check in before you can put up your poster.
9.30 a.m-4 p.m : Poster Hall is open and posters must be displayed during this time.
12.30-1.30 p.m : Present at your board(s) during this time to answer questions.
5-6 p.m: Remove your poster presentation(s)
6 p.m: Any poster or other materials is not removed within this time period will be discarded.
Along with your traditional printed poster presentation, you are encouraged to submit an ePoster, an electronic version of the poster, for all to view. APASL attendees and the public will be able to view this electronic version of your posters. This service is provided free of charge and expands the reach of your science to your colleagues. ePosters will be available for viewing during the meeting at the ePoster stations, located in the Seminyak, Kintamani, and Singaraja Lobby.
The web page of ePoster submission will be open in 17-24th February. Presenting authors should refer to the email message that will be sent from firstname.lastname@example.org in February 14th for submission information. Full upload instructions and an optional template for your ePoster is available on your respective account. Please submit your ePoster through http://www.apasl2020event.com
Please note that an ePoster does not replace your commitment to a poster presentation at APASL 2020.
Minimum font size: 28 pt
Recommended Font Types: Times New Roman
File Type: You can create your ePoster using the optional PowerPoint template, limiting to one large page only. However, ePosters MUST be uploaded as a PDF. If you choose to create your ePoster using PowerPoint, save it as a PDF to upload it through apasl2020event.com.
Duration of Presentation
• 5 Minutes to deliver their presentations.
• 2 Minutes Q & A Session
• MS-PowerPoint 2013 or earlier versions (*.ppt and *.pptx) is mandatory
• Screen ratio 16:9
• Make sure your slides are in a single file only (no multiple PowerPoints files will be accepted)
Submitting the Presentation
Speakers will receive an email with instructions to submit online. Please make sure to upload all media files required for your presentation. Any necessary video or audio files should be embedded in your PowerPoint file. If you are using an older version of PowerPoint (pre Office 2010) please visit the speaker ready room on site. Although submitting in advance is not required, it is strongly encouraged
For online File Submission
Speaker can submit the presentation file from February 24-28th. Make sure your presentation file is ready. It is critically important for files to be named using the following naming format:
To upload the file please go to http://www.apasl2020event.com. Please follow the steps from the instruction to submit online.
If you are checking in on the day of your session, please visit the speaker ready room (Uluwatu 6, in BNDCC, Nusa Dua, Bali) during operating hours. Your slides for presentation MUST be uploaded to the system at the Speaker Ready Room preferably the day before your session to preview your presentation.
If you are checking in on the day of your session, please come by at least 3 hours prior to the start of your session. Technicians will assist with the upload of your files and provide the opportunity to preview and/or edit the presentation as necessary. If you are unavoidably delayed, you must still go directly to the Speaker Ready Room. Do not bring a laptop or other media device directly to the session room.
Even if you have submitted your presentation in advance, please plan to bring the latest version of your presentation to the meeting on one of the following media types as a safety backup for your talk.
The Oral Presentation Session
• Personal laptops cannot be connected in the lecture hall. USB Flash Drive or Personal Computer is NOT allowed to connect to the system for presentation directly in the meeting room
• You may send additional files at all times, make changes on files already sent, and download your files again from any computer you use
• Once onsite you may check, change or upload your presentation in the Speaker’s Ready Room at least 3 hours before the start of the session. Our staff, will take a final look at your material together with you and will help you to upload it
• Presenters must be in room of presentation 30 minutes before their scheduled time
• Presenters must report their attendance in the presentation room to the committee in charge in room
Audio-Visual Equipment (standard equipment)
All the PC computers in the Speaker Ready Room are being supplied with
• Operating System: Windows 7 (PowerPoint: 2003, 2007, 2010 and 2013).
• CD-R, CDRW or USB Flash drive are the media being supported.
• Apple Mac computers will not be provided in any of the IEEE session rooms.
For Macintosh users please immediately check your presentation in the Speaker Ready Room as soon as you arrive to make sure all fonts and images are present in the form they were created. Mac Users working in PowerPoint are advised to use True-Type fonts whenever possible to avoid formatting issues when viewing on a PC.
The projector’s screen resolution is set at 4:3 XGA. Please make your PPT data the necessary preparation if needed. (16:9 XGA is also projectable with a size smaller, black flamed at the top and bottom).
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