Oral Sessions

There will be three types of contributions:

  • Invited speakers. Oral contribution by invitation of the organizing committee
  • Oral speakers. Oral contribution
  • ePoster

Sponsored contribution

  • Sponsor invited speakers present a technical topic of scientific interest
  • Sponsor presentation presents products or services

In order to present an oral contribution you need to submit an abstract and select your preference, before the deadline for oral contribution. Contributed orals will be selected by the organizing committee. Oral abstracts not selected for oral will have the chance to be presented as an ePoster. For presenting and ePoster contribution it is necessary to present an ePoster before the deadline for ePoster submission.

Invited Speakers will receive an invitation via e-mail. They have to register and submit an abstract of their contribution.


Presentation format
  • Presentation with slides in PowerPoint
  • It can contain texts and images
  • If you include video, make sure you can play it from the document
Oral Session

The oral session will consist of a presentation with slides played while the speaker is talking. Hours before the event, the speakers will receive a link from the event as pannelists. On the day of the event, they will have to connect at least 1 h before the official time of the start of their talk to check the connections.

Please, respect the assigned time and follow the instructions of the moderator so that the program can flow smoothly.

Summary guide

Days before the conference


3 days

Check out the program and abstracts

1 hour

Training sesion with nanoGe staff


be aware of your time to talk, as indicated by moderator. Share your screen to play your slides presentation.

Discussion Pannel

Answer the questions as posed by the moderator.

After the oral session

Join the poster session, try to visit many posters and questions to students




Technical requirements

In order to do present a talk, the speaker will need:

  •  A computer
  •  A webcam camera. Normally, laptops have the webcam built-in.
  • Headphones with microphone, or a separate microphone for good quality broadcast.
  •  Slides presentation
  •  Good network connection, preferably with cable

It is a good idea for the speaker to practice and become familiar with the application beforehand. It is advisable to be careful when connecting and disconnecting the camera and mute the microphone. The camera and microphone are preferably to be silenced during the symposium if you are not intervening.

The powerpoint presentation is best viewed in 16:9 format for broadcasting. Be careful when converting between 4:3 and 16:9 as it may stretch the figures. The original size of figures can be restored in the figure size menu.


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