Presentation types

The official conference language is English. No simultaneous interpretation service will be provided during the conference.

The Conference presentations will consist of invited lectures, oral presentations, selected by the Program Committee, virtual presentations and posters. Multi plenary sessions is planned for all oral presentations.

Invited Presentations

Invited talks are 60 minutes long, including 10 minutes for questions and discussion.

Oral Presentations

Contributed oral presentations are 20 minutes long, including 5 minutes for questions and discussion. The paper must be presented by one of the co-authors. Oral presentations are to be made either using your laptop or the PC that will be available in the session room (Windows system + Powerpoint and Acrobat Reader). Please come to the session room 15 minutes before the session start to upload your presentation to the PC or to set up your laptop connection.

Poster Presentations

The available board area for poster presentations is 80 cm (width) x 110 cm (height). Download from here detailed instructions for poster preparation. You must provide your own printout of the title, authors and poster itself. Scotch tape and the session paper designation sign will be provided by the Conference staff. You are requested to set up your poster in the morning, and remove it at the end of the afternoon poster session. One of the paper co-authors must be present and available for discussion at the afternoon poster session in order for that paper to be considered for publication in the conference proceedings. If you have any questions about conference presentations, do not hesitate to contact the conference desk at

Virtual Presentations

Taking into account tha conditions that have been created concerning the international flights and for those unable to attend the Conference in person, virtual participation is also available. Virtual Papers give an author the possibility to take advantage of the networking opportunities of an International Conference, without physically attend the Conference. This is achieved by presenting his or her work in the Conference audience by uploading a presentation at the Virtual Room of the Conference Website. Instructions and details about the virtual presentations can be found here