Information for presenters

Oral Presentations

  • All rooms come with a lectern with a PC equipped with Microsoft Office, a data projection (16:9 aspect ratio), a laser pointer, a microphone and audio. Internet access will be available in the rooms.
    The Proteomics 2018 session will take place in the Auditorium (Level 1).
    The Glycoscience Symposium is held in the Horizons room (Level 3)

  • Your slides should be designed in the 16:9 format (widescreen). 
    When editing your slide, simply click on the top menu "Design", then click on the menu "Slide Size" and select the "Widescreen (16:9)".

  • Presenters are requested to bring their presentation file on a USB Flash drive and them to the conference and upload it on to the presentation laptop in the lecture room before their session starts. 
    Please allow at least 20 minutes prior to the session commencing.

  • In case that you need special software for your presentation or if you have videos included into your file, please notify in advance Daniela at ASN Events (email). Presenters are requested to save each video in a separate file and bring them on a USB together with their Power Point presentation.
    Also lecturers wishing to use their own laptop are required to notify in advance Daniela at ASN Events (email). 

  • Any changing in presenting author or presentation cancellation must urgently be submitted in written form to  Daniela at ASN Events (email).

Poster Presentations

  • Posters should be prepared and printed on size A0 paper (W 0.85m x H 1.2m), vertically oriented.  It is suggested to divide the contents of each poster into introduction, results and conclusions, with a summary listing the pertinent results and conclusions. The poster should be legible from a distance of 2-3 meters.

  • Poster presenters are required to bring the printed copy with you to conference. You will be provided with materials for mounting your poster in its designated place. The poster boards will be located in the Exhibition Hall (Level 2) and will numbered according to the ID numbers in the program. The program is available online, on the Conference App and will be handed out on-site.
  • Whilst posters will be able to be display during the entire conference, there will be 2 dedicated poster sessions:

    Poster Session 1 (Proteomics 2018 & Glycoscience Symposium posters will be displayed together)
    Date: Friday, 2 February 2018
    Time: 1:00pm - 2:30pm
    Room: Exhibition Hall (Level 2)

    Poster Session 2 
    Date: Saturday 3 February 2018
    Time: 1:15pm - 2:45pm
    Room: Exhibition Hall (Level 2)

    Authors are asked to be present at their own poster during their Poster Session for discussion. If you are unsure of the time of your poster session, please refer to the online program.
  • Poster set-up and removal:

    Poster Session One (Proteomics 2018 & Glycoscience Symposium):
    Posters will be displayed from Friday morning tea and must be removed before the morning tea on Saturday 3 February 2018.

    Poster Session Two
    Posters will be displayed from Saturday morning tea and must be removed before the morning tea on Sunday 4 February 2018.
  • Any changing in presenting author or presentation cancellation must urgently be submitted in written form to  Daniela at ASN Events (email).

Lightning Talks

  • All rooms come with a lectern with a PC equipped with Microsoft Office, a data projection (16:9 aspect ratio), a laser pointer, a microphone and audio. Internet access will be available in the rooms.
    The Proteomics 2018 Lightening talk session will take place in the Auditorium (Level 1).
    The Glycoscience Symposium Lightening talk session is held in the Horizons room (Level 3).

  • Presenters are requested to bring their presentation file on a USB Flash drive and them to the conference and upload it on to the presentation laptop in the lecture room in the break before their session starts

  • Any changing in presenting author or presentation cancellation must urgently be submitted in written form to  Daniela at ASN Events (email).
  • Presentation instructions

-     Format:


PowerPoint (.ppt, .pptx); 16:9 ratio (wide screen)
Note to Macintosh users: your PowerPoint file must have the .ppt or .pptx suffix to be accepted so must be saved for use on a PC. You cannot use your own computer. 

-     No. of slides:

1-3 slides (maximum including any title slides)

-     Time slot:







3 minutes. For guidance only, you might decide to organise your presentation as:
- 45 seconds: A statement of your background
- 90 seconds: Presentation of your study (methods and results)
- 45 seconds: Conclusions (application of your work or future research needs)

Timings are strict and there is no room for Q&A with the audience – think of the short poster talk session as an advertisement for your poster and invite people to come and speak to you after your talk.

-     Order:

Presentations will be in the same order as listed in the conference program.

-     Movies:

Movies are not permitted in your presentation

Upload your presentation:

Please bring your presentation on a USB flash drive to load onto the computer within the lecture room by the morning tea prior to your session, at the latest. An staff member will be onsite to assist you with the loading of your talk.