Language of the Workshop
The official language of the Workshop is English.
The workshop programme will be composed of different types of sessions. There will be oral presentations in special sessions and regular sessions, in which also the poster presentations associated with the session topic will be presented in short poster pitches. In addition, there will be invited keynote presentations and a moderated panel discussion with short impulse speeches. The best oral and poster presentations for the Young Scientist Award will be selected by live voting and honoured in the award session on the last workshop day.
Companies sponsoring the workshop will present their products and services throughout the workshop at booths in the coffee break and poster area, in tutorials/demos on the tutorial day and in a technical session on the last workshop day on recent software and sensor developments. All exhibitors are encouraged to use sustainable materials that can be recycled or reused, as well as giving out sustainable products and gifts during the event.
Posters will be displayed throughout the workshop and will be located in the same area as the coffee breaks and technical exhibition. There will be dedicated poster presentation times on each day. The preferred poster format is portrait A0 (max. 841 x 1189 mm). Sticky pads to hang the posters to the board will be available at the venue.
To give more visibility to the posters, authors will be asked to present their posters in short (1-3 min) poster pitches in the oral sessions associated with the session topic. For that, we ask poster presenters to prepare one (!) slide describing their poster, which highlights the topic of the poster and invites people to visit the poster. The one slide can be either the full poster as a PDF or a separate slide with the key information. The slides will be collected before the event and will be used for the poster pitches and for a continuous slide loop on a screen in the lecture hall.
Oral presentations will usually be of 12 min length plus 3 minutes for questions and change over to the next speaker. The length of the presentations may vary in some sessions depending on the planned session format and the number of presentations. Please check the workshop programme or consult the session chair if unsure. Keynote presentations will be 25 min long plus 5 minutes for discussion. MS PowerPoint or PDF formats are preferred. All presentations must be uploaded before each session onto the presentation computer in the lecture hall.
We are planning the workshop as an in-person event and currently do not foresee the possibility of an online participation.