COSIRES-10, Poland

Presentation Guidelines

Oral presentations

Oral presentations will be 20 minutes long and consist of a 15-minute talk followed by a 5-minute discussion. Invited talks will be 40 minutes long and consist of a 35-minute talk followed by a 5-minute discussion.

Technical equipment available will include an overhead projector, a computer with Microsoft Windows operating system and Microsoft Office 2007. Only PowerPoint presentations on CD/DVD-ROM or USB Memory stick will be accepted. If your presentation contains a video or an audio file, please bring to the Conference all files (audio, video, codec). If you intend to use conference computer, please leave the files with your presentation at the conference desk at least a day before your presentation.

Presenters will be allowed to use their own laptops.

The presenters should test the presentation data and connection to the projector before the session.

Poster presentations

Poster sessions will take place on Tuesday, July 20, between 18.00-20.00 (odd-numbered posters) and on Thursday, July 22 between 17.50-19.50 (even-numbered posters). Poster boards will be located in the Poster Exhibition Area at underground level of the Conference venue. The list of posters and allocated numbers will be available in the conference programme. Please ensure that your poster is displayed on the correct poster board.

The usable area of the poster board is 90 cm width and 200 cm height. Double-sided adhesive tape will be supplied to mount the poster. Poster should be mounted on the board on Tuesday and stay there up to the end of the second poster session. Please note that the organizers cannot take responsibility for the posters not removed.


Next conference

COSIRES2012 will be organized at Santa Fe, USA

28 July 2010

Conference snapshots have been added to Photo

27 July 2010

Manuscript submission deadline is July 31, 2010. (see Proceedings)

23 July 2010

Conference photo can be downloaded from Photo.

Conference sponsors

Jagiellonian University

The International Atomic Energy Agency