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Form of contributions and
Technical instructions

All submissions are registered electronically providing a short abstract (1500 characters or less, incl. spaces). An abstract booklet will be provided in printed and electronic form. The abstracts will be published on the workshop website.

Oral Presentations

After the review of all abstracts, it was decided change the talk lengths to allow for more talks. Talks should not be longer than 12 minutes to leave some time for questions.  The time slot for oral presentations is now 15 minutes (12 minutes presentation + 3 minutes discussion). Please stay in time!

As presentation software Adobe Reader, Microsoft Power Point and OpenOffice Presenter are available. 

Poster Presentations

There will be a poster exhibition during the workshop and two poster sessions to meet the authors at the poster as well as a "poster flash" in the lecture hall. 

Poster exhibition:
Recommended poster format is DIN A0 Portrait. Please put up your poster in the morning - the poster number is shown on each board, pins are provided.

Poster flash and poster session:
The two poster sessions are combined with the coffee breaks in the morning and afternoon. Right before there is a poster flash in the lecture hall, where you have one minute and one slide to present your poster. You may use the template file given here. The intention of the poster flash is to give a quick overview to the audience - thus please only present the topic of your poster and explain the details in the poster session!
The presentation file must be submitted on-line (Login + Password from the registration mail). Deadline for submission of presentation files is Thursday 7:00 in the morning.  Only pdf-files will be accepted. You should indicate the poster number on your slide. All submitted pdf-files of the posters of a session will get merged into one large pdf-file by the conference office. A missing file implies that you do not want to take part in the poster flash.

Live-Demonstrations and Experiment Visits

As an alternative to the formats of talks and posters researchers are invited to show their “work in progress” – this may be a live demonstration of your analyses on the laptop or a visit to your experiments in the laboratory, greenhouse or experimental fields at the UBT campus.

Live-demos and visits submitted in this category will take place in the breaks or in an extra time block, depending on their number and nature: For experiment visits please indicate the minimum time needed. For live demos at the venue please tell us if you need any infrastructure besides a table (electricity, …).

last modified 2014-09-10