Presentation instructions

Oral presentation instructions

INTED2016 oral presentation
Oral presentation

All the oral presentations should be done in English, the official language of the event.

Each talk is 15 minutes long. We recommend dedicating 12 minutes to the presentation and 3 minutes to open discussion.

The following points should be taken into consideration when preparing your oral presentation:

Recommendations to make a good oral presentation


Don't read from the slide - vary your choice of words.

Poster presentation instructions

INTED2016 poster presentation
Poster exhibition

All posters should be written and presented in English, the official language of the event.

Poster sessions will provide an opportunity for authors to display the results and conclusions of their papers.

Your poster will be exhibited during the conference. Authors are expected to be at their poster during the session.

Posters will be listed by session in the Conference Programme and Proceedings.

We recommend that you provide small envelopes for distributing your business cards and collecting business cards from those who request additional information. This is a good way of inviting and encouraging interaction with your audience. You may also wish to provide copies of a short summary of your presentation for distribution.

Dimensions and format:

Posters should be printed and brought by each author to the conference.

The poster can be up to 130 cm high x 90 cm wide. (51 in. high x 35½ in. wide)

We will provide materials for attaching posters. However you can bring your own if you prefer.

Your poster should be readable from a distance of 2 metres.

Important notice about publication:

Authors whose abstracts have been accepted as poster presentations should also submit their final paper for the Conference Publications before January 21st, 2016 (included).

Virtual Participants: Not attending Authors

If you wish your paper to be published in the INTED2016 Proceedings, but you are not able to attend the INTED2016 Conference in person, you can register for a “virtual presentation”.

The instructions for virtual authors are: