How to Prepare Oral and Poster Presentations

Instructions for oral presentations

Duration of oral presentations: 15 min. (incl. appr. 3 min. for discussion).


All conference rooms are equipped with a computer and a projector. Please bring your presentation files saved on USB-Stick to the conference, please DO NOT bring your own notebook (In case you do bring your own mac, please remember to bring the appropriate adaptor along!).


The files must be compatible with Windows 7 and 10 with MS Office 2010. We suggest PowerPoint or PDF Acrobat (preferred). Please be aware of the projector’s format of 16:9 and prepare your presentation accordingly for best results.


Upload the presentation to the computer of your session room latest in the break before your session starts. A technician will help you to upload your slides.


Instructions for poster presentations

Each poster should be the size of the upright German DIN A0-format which equates to 841 mm width x 1,189 mm height (33.11 in x 46.81 in).


Please note that the organizers are not able to provide printout of posters.


Please mount your poster to your assigned poster board latest during the morning coffee break on the day of your presentation. Mounting material will be provided at the registration desk. Please make sure to remove your poster directly after the poster session.


POSTER AWARDS: Three best posters of (PhD) students will be selected by a jury and awarded. The selected posters will be awarded during the Closing Session on Thursday, September 6.


Conference language will be English.

List of Posters


Please note the following additional information concerning data protection:

At our events you will be asked to wear a name badge. Furthermore, at events organised by us photos might be taken or films shot, members of the press might attend, lectures might be transferred via Skype, there might also be video conferences or live streamings with or without recording. Upon request we will gladly provide you with more details, or ask us on-site during the event.