Poster Presenter Guidelines
Poster Sessions will be held in the Pavilion Ballroom on the 2nd floor of the Hilton Portland from 2:30 to 4:00pm on the 16th, 17th, and 18th. Suggest poster dimensions are less than 104 cm high x 145 cm wide (41" x 57") landscape orientation. Mounting supplies will be provided onsite. Complete details are available in either PDF or HTML formats.
Oral Presentation – Overview
For sessions that comprise of a series of 20 minutes presentations, please prepare your presentation for no longer than 16 minutes. The final 4 minutes will be used for questions and changeover. Equivalent time lines apply for 40 minute presentations.
All speakers must check into the Speaker Ready Room (Director's Suite on the third floor of the Hilton) no less than 24 hours prior to their presentation time to validate their file. Presentations not received 24 hours in advance risk being omitted from or replaced on the program.
Oral Presentation – Technical
The detailed tips in the following detail documents will help ensure that little, if any, editing will be required onsite, allowing you to quickly review your presentation and then attend any sessions in progress. While this information is for both Windows and Mac users, the standard platform onsite will be PC. As such, Mac users should carefully review the Considerations for Mac Users in the attached documents.
Photo: DJ Jennings, NSF, 2006
Photo: Jeff Otten, NSF, 2009
Photo: Nick Powell, NSF, 2009
Photo: Dr Stacy Kim, NSF, 2005
Photo: Sean Bonnette, NSF, 2010
Photo: Kelly Jacques, NSF, 2010
Photo: Dave Munroe, NSF, 2007
Photo: US Navy, NSF, 1946-1947
Photo: Keith Vanderlinde, NSF, 2008
Photo: Patrick Cullis, NSF, 2009
Photo: Peter Rejcek, NSF, 2010
Photo: Martin Reed, NSF, 2010
Photo: Maj Mike Phillips, NSF, 2003
Photo: Bruce Raymond, NSF, 1960-1961
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