Detailed information for mini-talk (poster)

– Poster/mini-talk sessions will provide the opportunity for authors to shortly introduce their work orally through a brief presentation during the conference, in addition to exhibiting their poster in a dedicated web-space/repository and/or in presence. 

– All mini talks should be presented in English.  

– Presenters will be given a maximum of 12 minutes for their mini talk, which may not be exceeded.  It is suggested to use 8 minutes to introduce the scope of the work and 4 minutes for discussion/questionsPresenters are requested to send to and a shared link on dropbox (or a different file-sharing service) containing their mini talk (please use the PDF format) within Sunday, August 28

– The recommended number of slides for the mini talk is 8. Please practice your presentation to adjust your timing accordingly.  

– An electronic copy of the poster must be send to and via a shared link on dropbox (or a different file-sharing service) within Sunday, August 28, ensuring accessibility for all Conference Participants. The electronic copy of the poster will be made available to the conference audience for the entire duration of the conference, moreover, in case of in-presence attendance by the presenter, her/his poster will be physically exhibited at the conference venue.

– We strongly recommend to prepare a file not exceeding 5MB (pdf or jpeg). 

Guidelines for the poster preparation for in presence-exposition:

Poster size: we strongly recommend using the poster format B1, portrait oriented. In any case you may print your poster in any size, as long as it fits within the free-standing bulletin board dimensions (A0 format).

Please consider the following list of advices to make your poster presentation effective:

  • Keep your posteras simple as possible;
  • Create enough contrast between text and background;
  • Avoid heavy/complex pictures/patterns as background;
  • Balance text and pictures;
  • Use simple sentences;
  • Explain acronyms;
  • Use a char size that could be read from 2 meters (>20 points).