The conference room will be equipped with a personal computer (Windows OS) running Microsoft Office and the latest version of Adobe Acrobat Reader. The room will have a projection screen, and the computer will be connected to an appropriate LCD projector. Authors will not be permitted to use their own laptop computers for their presentations. Authors should ensure that their presentations are loaded onto the computer in conference room during breaks.


Presentations should be loaded onto the computers in the conference rooms by using a USB flash memory. It is requested that you do not use a U3-enabled flash memory stick. For papers scheduled in Auditorium Room and in Teatro Room, please upload your presentation by using the room’s computer, while for papers scheduled in Rooms 1E, 1G, 5X, please upload your presentation by using the Slide Center’s computer. Authors should ensure that their presentations are loaded before the beginning of the session in particular during breaks.


Authors' presentation files should be in either PowerPoint or PDF format. You must make sure that your presentation contains all of the fonts and any auxiliary or multimedia files needed. If you are generating an Adobe PDF file of your presentation, please make sure that you embed all fonts. The normal TrueType or OpenType fonts installed with Windows and Office should be available on the projection computers. The use of Adobe Type 3 fonts (common in some installations of LaTex, for example) is strongly discouraged: such fonts do not scale well, and tend to produce very poor results when projected.


Finally, please try to minimize any potential problems by taking advantage of redundancy whenever possible: save and bring your presentation in multiple formats (e.g., Microsoft PowerPoint and Adobe PDF), store your presentation in more than one USB flash memory stick, and hand carry your presentation during travel.


Available software: Laptop technical details (HP CORE I7), Windows 10 Pro (64 bit), Microsoft 365 for business (office), Adobe Reader, VLC Media Player, data compression tool, Browsers

Format: 16:10 aspect ratio


The total allocated time slot for each presenter is 20 minutes. Hence the duration of each talk should never exceed 20 minutes, including discussion. Ideally presenters should speak for 15-16 minutes, and leave 4-5 minutes for questions.