The logo of ICPIG 2017 can be downloaded here
All speakers are asked to upload their presentations by the end of the day before their sessions. The presentations can be uploaded using an USB memory stick
– at the régie of the auditorium, for presentations in room 1
– directly onto the computer of room 2, for presentations in this room.
Members of the Congress Centre and/or of ICPIG staff will be present in the rooms to assist in this process and/or in resolving any technical issues. The use of personal laptop for presentations is discouraged.
All presentation will be displayed in format of 16×9. Please save your presentation as ppt. or pdf. files (be mindful of proprietary fonts; we recommend the ppt. format). When using videos, MPG and AVI are the most used video formats. Movies created in (Apple) QuickTime should be converted to MPG or AVI before inserting the video in your presentation. Save the videos used in your presentation on your USB memory stick.
It is the responsibility of each speaker to check that his/her presentation will display correctly on the conference computers (Windows 7, Microsoft Office 2010, Acrobat Reader).
At the end of the congress, all presentations will be deleted so that no copyright issues will arise.
There will be four poster sessions for contributed papers. The poster sessions will take place in the Foyer of the Congress Centre.
The presenters in poster session I (Monday July 10, 14:00-16:00) and poster session II (Tuesday July 11, 14:00-16:00) are requested to mount their posters prior to 12:30 on Monday. These presenters should remove their posters right after the end of poster session II.
The presenters in poster session III (Thursday July 13, 14:00-16:00) and poster session IV (Thursday July 13, 17:30-19:30) are requested to mount their posters prior to 12:30 on Wednesday. These presenters should remove their posters right after the end of poster session IV.
Poster boards are 1 m wide by 2.5 m height, suitable for an A0 size poster format in portrait orientation. The posters can be attached with special adhesive clay, which will be available at the Registration Desk. No tacks or other tape should be used.