Presentation Guidelines

The 2020 virtual edition of CEFC will have both oral and poster presentations, following the CEFC tradition. While posters will be on-display during the full conference, oral papers will be presented and discussed in live, chaired on-line sessions. The technical program is being re-organized to let every attendee participate to the live events, despite the different time zones of the participants.

A complete set of instructions will be released soon, but we do believe that some general early hints may help authors organize their papers

Oral presentations:

Oral presentations will be organized in chaired sessions, following the CEFC tradition. In each session, a pre-recorded video will be broadcast for each paper, according to the program schedule. Authors are required to attend the sessions, in order to answer to the question of the attendees after the broadcast, as it is for a usual conference. Each presentation should last 15 minutes plus 5 minutes for the discussion.

Instruction on how to prepare and send the video will be given later on; however the authors can start preparing the slides taking into account that the presentation should be given in 15 minutes (the missing 5 minutes will be dedicated to discussion). Powerpoint users are kindly invited to use this format; authors who are not using powerpoint are kindly requested to anyway produce a result that is as close as possible to the style given here  (LINK TO PPT STYLE for oral)

Poster presentations:

Poster presentations are scheduled in sessions inside the program; they consist in the exhibition, in a virtual poster area, of the poster prepared by the authors (as pdf files). We are also planning to create a dedicated daily “question time” in the program to let authors and interested attendees interact. Questions will be directed to the authors through an online form, and the authors shall be present during the question time to answer the questions.

The poster should be prepared in the usual form of an A0 size pdf file; instruction on how to send the file will be given later on. Powerpoint users are kindly invited to use this format; authors who are not using powerpoint are kindly requested to anyway produce a result that is as close as possible to the style given here.  (LINK TO PPT STYLE for poster)