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Practical Information for Attendees

Practical Information for Attendees

Browse questions regarding conference attendance, such as local arrangements and technical details of paper presentations for presenting authors:

How can I request a visa letter?

On the conference website, under ‘Practical Info’ you can find section titled ‘Visas’ with the steps needed in order to request and obtain a visa letter.

Please note that visa letters can only be issued to those who have completed registration for the conference. In case you have not registered, proceed with registration prior to requesting a visa letter as this is the primary condition for a visa letter to be issued.

Are registrants responsible for arranging their own accommodation?

The registrant is to manage their travel and accommodation arrangements. For hotel recommendations, reduced rates (if available) and the exact venue location, visit the ‘Practical Info’ section of the conference website.

What should I prepare for the presentation?

Typically a regular paper presentation would be 15-30 minutes in length, accompanied by a visual presentation (such as PowerPoint). Short papers tend to have shorter presentation slots (10-15 minutes usually).

Poster presentations require a printed poster, usually size A0 and the presenter is responsible for preparing and printing of the material. The organizer usually provides poster holders and adhesives, unless specified otherwise.

The timing of the slots is determined by the program chairs and all presenters will be informed about the length of presentations and any technical details.

Where can I find the full technical program?

The program committee prepare the final technical program after the camera-ready deadline. Once prepared, this is published on the conference website in the ‘Program’ section.

How long is my presentation?

Typically a regular paper presentation would be 15-30 minutes in length, accompanied by a visual presentation (such as PowerPoint). Short papers tend to have shorter presentation slots (usually 10-15 minutes).

The exact times and length of presentations are communicated after the camera-ready deadline, when the program chairs have finished the final technical program.

What is the time of my presentation?

The exact times and length of presentations are communicated after the camera-ready deadline, when the program chairs have finished the final technical program.

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