Presentation Instructions

IMPORTANT NOTES:
  • Authors, please NOTE: PRESENTATION OF YOUR PAPER IS A COMPULSORY REQUIREMENT for inclusion of the paper in IEEE XploreTM
  • FOR CONTRIBUTED PAPERS, PLEASE NOTE THAT ONLY ONE AUTHOR MUST PRESENT THE PAPER
  • IEEE reserves the right to exclude a paper from distribution after the conference (e.g., removal from IEEE Xplore) if the paper is not presented at the conference.
  • REGISTRATION IS NON-TRANSFERABLE
  • REGISTRATION KIT ALONGWITH PROCEEDINGS HAS TO BE COLLECTED ONLY AT THE CONFERENCE SITE DURING THE CONFERENCE
  • For Presentation Schedule, please check the Program page
Paper Presentation Details
Audio Visual Equipment that will be available includes PC / Laptop / Windows O/S, MS PowerPoint, PDF Reader with USB port and CD-ROM, LCD Projector.
 

Notes for Speakers for Oral Presentation

§ Time allotted for each contributed talk is 20 minutes (including question-answer time).

§ The speaker is requested to contact the chairperson of the respective session at least 15 minutes before start of the session with presentation content and speaker’s profile so that the session can be conducted more efficiently.

Instructions on presentation to the presenters of EAIT 2012

(A) Preparation

  1. Time allotted for each *contributed* talk is 20 minutes. The presenter is requested to finish the presentation within 17 minutes leaving 3 minutes for open discussion. A warning bell will ring after 17 minutes and finally after 20 minutes.
  2. Please keep in mind the maximum time for presentation of your slides as 17 minutes. Please try to finish it within that time slice. Thus, to make it effective, you must plan and rehearse your presentation.
  3. The speaker is requested to contact the chairperson(s) of the respective session well in advance so that the session can be conducted more efficiently.
  4. We recommend to have only 10 -15 power point slides to make it presentable within the specified time slot. You may keep extra slides with the provision or option to skip if needed.
  5. Instead of making each of your slide long-winded, better be cryptic and brief. As such, specific points should be highlighted during your presentation.
  6. We recommend to avoid animation completely or to use minimum animation in slides.
  7. Ideally, each slide may have at the maximum of ten lines of written text. Please use 18 pt or higher font size to make it readable from a distance.
  8. Do not place more than 4 figures in one slide. Otherwise, the slide would look very clumsy.
  9. Use contrasting Color combination. many a times, white or light background with prominent text color make it very readable.

(B) Presentation

  1. Be ready to speak as soon as the session chair or co-chair has given his/her introductory remark.
  2. Please be audible and clear while presenting. Reading directly from slide makes it very boring, so, please prepare accordingly.
  3. Always face the audience to explain the highlighted or key points on the slide.
  4. Please keep the introduction short.
  5. Please present the salient points of your work illustrated in your paper clearly without detailing or explaining about the nitty-gritty of the subject.
  6. Please pause between sentences and try and modulate your voice. Speaking with a flat tone bores the audience
  7. At the end of the 17 minutes a warning bell would be sounded. On hearing the warning bell, immediately jump to your conclusions slide and conclude your presentation.

(C) Presenter’s biography

We need a brief biography of the presenter for your paper beforehand so as to save time during the presentation sessions.

1. Paper No :

2. Paper Title :

3. Name of the Presenter (one of the co-authors) :

4. Designation and Affiliation:

5. Areas of research interest :
 

(D) Presentation Slides

Please upload the presentation file through Microsoft’s CMT site https://cmt.research.microsoft.com/EAIT2012 by the stipulated date as mentioned in Microsoft’s CMT site

Please check and ensure that latest presentation slides must be loaded at least 15 minutes before the session for smooth transition between presenters.