7th MEETING OF THE EUROPEAN SOCIETY OF NEUROSONOLOGY AND CEREBRAL HEMODYNAMICS

May 26–28 2002


ORAL PRESENTATIONS

Please read the following information carefully in order to prevent problems and misunderstandings on site!

  • For all lectures and oral presentations computer projection for Power Point presentations or single/dual projection for 35mm slides will be available in each lecture room
  • No Laptops! Use of personal laptops for presentation will not be possible
  • Speakers are urged to save their presentation on 3.5"- Floppy disks, CD-ROM or on 100/250MB Zip disks (PC formatted)
  • PowerPoint formats up to and including Office 2000 are supported; Note: Office XP users, your presentations are in all probability compatible, but to avoid any problems we advise that you testrun your presentation on a PowerPoint 2000/or 97 system. OpenOffice 1.0 and StarOffice users should save their files as Microsoft PowerPoint 97/2000/XP type.
  • Please make sure, you have included all fonts, logos, pictures and movies
  • The PowerPoint presentations as the conventional slides should be handed in to the Speakers Service Center at least 4 hours before the session is scheduled, respectively the day before the morning sessions
  • Speakers will have the opportunity to check their presentations on PCs available in the Speakers Service Centre
  • For additional technical requests or questions please contact: robert.buehler@insel.ch

 

POSTER PRESENTATIONS

  • Poster Sessions - (Short) Poster Presentation Posters will be displayed in the poster rooms (Course Room 3 and CourseRoom 4) close to the Foyer (Exhibition Area) in front of the main lecture hall -- See map
  • Posters must be in the portrait format: Maximum height 120 cm; maximum width 90 cm.
  • Posters must be mounted on the assigned boards in the morning before 10:00 and must be taken down in the evening before 18:00.
  • There are two Poster Viewing Sessions:
    Session V, Monday May 27, 12:00-13:30 and
    Session X, Tuesday May 28, 12:00-13:30
  • The Posters are visited by guided tours with two chairpersons: The authors will be given three minutes to present their poster. There will then be two minutes for discussion.There will be 5 parallel-guided tours during each Poster Session.
  • A special Award Committee will assess the poster presentations