Instructions for Presenters

Oral Presentation Instructions

Accepted paper will be presented in an oral presentation section by one of the authors. Oral presentation consists of 15 minutes for presentation of the paper, including such content as the problem, the background, the innovative approach, the new results and any comparative evaluation that the author wishes to present. An additional 5 minutes are available for Q&A/discussion with the attendees.

To perform the presentation, the following equipment will be available in the conference room:

·   Presentation Laptop (with Windows 8 or Windows 7 operating system) and LCD projector

·   PowerPoint 2010 (which can accommodate presentations created in PowerPoint 2007 and 2003)

Only author who presents the paper receives the certificate of presentation. Co-authors can receive certificates if they also register themselves as the presenters and attend the event.

Presentation Slides

Slides should be prepared in Microsoft PPT. Each presenter should prepare a reasonable number of PowerPoint slides, so as not to exceed the 15 minute time. Typically, one slide is presented in 1 minute. Additional slides could be prepared as backup slides to support possible answers to attendees’ questions.

After presentation, there will be 5 minutes question and answer section. Presentation should be clearly structured, and should contain the essential elements of the accepted formal paper. Please save your presentation slide in a flash disk and ready to use, or you can send the softfile of your presentation slide to the committee as your backup slides. Speakers are requested to have come to the presentation room 10 minutes before the start of their oral sessions. Please be punctual regarding the duration of your presentation.

No-show Policy

Every accepted paper to AICLL 2019 needs to have at least one author attending the conference and presenting the paper in oral session. The AICLL 2019 organizing committee reserves the right to remove a paper from the final proceedings if it is not presented at the conference.

Authors of no-show papers will not have their registration fees refunded.