July 20-24, 2016
For the full schedule click here.
For a copy of the on-site program booklet, click here.
Guidelines for Oral Presentations
Each session runs for 75 minutes. The majority of sessions have four presentations, but some have three or five. To ensure that all speakers have an adequate amount of time to present their talks, and taking into account the amount of time it takes to transition from one talk to the next, we offer the following suggested guidelines for sessions of 3, 4 and 5 presentations that allow for 15 minutes for questions at the end of all sessions:
- 3 presentations: 20 minutes per talk total
- 4 presentations: 15 minutes per talk total
- 5 presentations: 12 minutes per talk total
For organized symposium sessions, the pre-determined chair of the session, or alternate of choice, is tasked with keeping track of the duration of each presentation and indicating to the speaker when the allotted time has elapsed.
For sessions that were formed by the organizers with individual submissions, and thus have no chair listed in the program, it is asked that the group of presenters at each session assign one or more presenters the task of keeping track of the duration of each presentation and indicating to the speaker when the allotted time has elapsed.
It is NOT possible for any session to be extended beyond 75 minutes, therefore it is asked that everyone keep within their allotted presentation time so that everyone has an equal opportunity to present their results. Please pay attention to the person assigned to provide feedback on the amount of time remaining for your presentation, and be prepared to complete your talk when your time is up.
For those presenting posters, maximum poster size is 3 feet high by 5 feet wide.
If you would like to upload your poster or slides to our Open Science Framework webpage, click here:https://osf.io/view/iarr2016.