Oral Presentations

Universal Guidelines

Keynote speakers are given 30 minute time slots (25 minutes plus 5 minutes for questions).

All other speakers are given 15 minute time slots (12 minutes plus 3 minutes for questions).

The projector is in 16:9 aspect ratio but you may prepare your presentation in 4:3 if you prefer.

In-Person Guidelines

Please bring your presentation on a USB stick and see one of the student assistants to upload your talk. This can be done during the ice-breaker, in the mornings before the conference starts, during refreshment breaks, or until 17:30 on Monday and Tuesday evening.

Online Guidelines

There will be the possibility to either give your presentation 'live' online, or alternatively to provide a pre-recorded presentation that is played to the audience. Regardless of the format you choose, please be available to answer questions following your presentation. Your presentation has been scheduled to take into account your time-zone.

For those that will present 'live', please additionally provide a pre-recorded presentation as backup.

Pre-recorded presentations should be provide as (TBC filetype). You will be provided with a link in due course to provide both the presentation file and the pre-recorded file.

Additionally, there will be technical checks on the 5th and 12th June and you will be contacted about this in due course. Please note, you do not need to have your presentation finalised for the technical check.

Poster Presentations

Universal Guidelines

Posters should be prepared in portrait orientation up to a maximum of A0 size (841 mm wide x 1189 mm high).

Posters will be hung for the whole duration of the conference, however, presenters will each be given a time-slot when they are requested to be available at their poster.

Apologies, but due to the high volume of posters, it is not possible to give everyone a short scheduled poster introduction.

Online Guidelines

There will be space in the main poster session to hang the posters of online presenters. Please arrange for a colleague to bring and hang your poster for you, or alternatively, your poster can be printed in Innsbruck for a modest fee (TBC but likely c. 30€). If you wish to have your poster printed, please send the final document as a (TBC filetype) by 3rd July to TBC. This will then leave two weeks to sort out any issues with the printing.

Alternatively or additionally, you can provide your poster in electronic format to be viewed online. Please send a pdf file to  kr9conference-geology@uibk.ac.at by 10th July, 2022.

For the presentation of your poster, we ask you to be available online during your designated poster session to answer questions. Each online presenter will have their own room in which to host their guests. People attending the conference in-person will be able to scan a QR code whilst looking at your poster, or follow a link, to engage with the online poster presenters. Those attending online will naturally also be able to join the online poster session.

If you are presenting a poster online and are not available during the poster sessions at 17:00 to 19:00, you are asked to add a note to your poster indicating when you can be reached online, e.g. Monday 10:00-10:30 (during the break)


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