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Each presentation will last 20 minutes, including discussion. It is the decision of the presenter how this time will be used.

The presentations will be made with the use of computers running under MS Windows 7 with MS Office 2013 (or higher) and Adobe Reader, connected to colour overhead projectors with image proportions 4:3. The computers will have a fast connection to the Internet.

The best practice is to copy your presentation to the computer in the conference room during a break prior to your session. The session chaipersons will assist you with this. If for some serious reason you really have to make the presentation from your own computer, you will have to connect it to our cable with the D-sub male connector, so do not forget to take our own, proper intermediate connector to your computer with you if your computer is not equipped with the D-sub female socket.


See the session of poster presentations in the conference programme, on Wednesday morning before the poster session. Each poster author will have 3 (three) minutes to make a brief oral presentation of the poster. Please prepare a presenation containing up to 3 (three) slides (including the title page) to support your oral presentation. Please save it to the computer in the conference room prior to the presentation. No switching to your own computer will be possible in this session.

The poster stands have diemnsions H:V = 70:100 cm, so a poster in A1 format with portrait orientation will fit in it perfectly. Authors of posters will be able to hang their presentations starting from Tuesday 20 September afternoon.

The poster stands have plastic surface. Posters can be fastened to the stands with foldover binder clips. They will be available at the conference site for you. Adhesive tapes are not recommended.

date 2016-08-25
update 2016-09-06
Asociation for Image Processing Faculty of Applied Informatics and Mathematics, Warsaw University of Life Sciences Polish-Japanese Academy of Information Technology Faculty of Information Science, West Pomeranian University of Technology Springer, Lecture Notes in Computer Science

Association for Image Processing

Faculty of Applied Informatics and Mathematics

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