Phonetics and Phonology in Europe 2015

Presentation guidelines

Oral presentation guidelines

Each oral paper will be allotted 20 minutes for presentation with an additional 5 minutes for discussion and 5 minutes to allow for changes between rooms and speakers.

Please consider carefully what audio-visual equipment you may need for your presentation. A Windows laptop will be set up for your use, with Powerpoint 2010 and the most current Adobe Reader installed, and it will be connected to the internet. The laptop is connected to an overhead projector and a sound system.

Please send your presentation to by 5pm on Thursday 25 June at the latest, so that we can upload and test it before your session. We would also advise you to bring the presentation along on a memory stick. If you are using sound files or special fonts (e.g. phonetic symbols) in your presentation, please remember to embed them. We strongly recommend that you use a font size of at least 20 points for projection.

Although we cannot predict how many people will attend your presentation, please keep in mind that attendance can range from 50 to 150 people. Please bring sufficient copies of your handout if you are using one.

If you have any specific requirements, could you let us know by Tuesday 23 June?

Poster guidelines

Please adhere to the following guidelines when preparing your poster:

Posters should not exceed 118 cm wide x 84 cm high (A0), and they should be displayed in LANDSCAPE format (the longer dimension is horizontal).

Check the final program to identify your poster session and poster number. We recommend that you put up your poster during lunchtime, before the start of the poster session at 14:00. Velcro tape for hanging the posters will be made available. Posters should be taken down by the authors immediately after the end of each poster session at 16:00 during the coffee/tea break.

You may want to consider bringing A4-sized handouts of your poster for distribution.