Information for oral presenters
Projection & technical settings
- Please prepare your presentation on a USB-stick with all your videos in the same folder and hand it to the technician in the lecture hall.
- Presentations can be handed in any time but preferably in the break.
- We use Powerpoint 10.
- Mac-user please bring your own laptop for your presentation. Please coordinate it with the technician in the break.
- On the speakers desk you’ll find a monitor, a big push button to advance your animations or slides (only forward), a mouse with all functions and a laser-pointer.
A speaking time of 9 minutes (including discussion) was alloted to each abstract presenter. Please make sure you do not exceed this time. Chairpersons are asked to be strict in allowing no overtime.
Information for poster presenters
Schedule for display, mounting & removal
On occasion of ÖGAI 2017 6 different poster sessions are scheduled:
Poster Session 1: Molecular and Clinical Immunology
Poster Session 2: Clinical Allergology and Allergy Treatment
Poster Session 3: Adaptive Immunity
Poster Session 4: Molecular Allergology
Poster Session 5: Cancer and Tumorimmunobiology/Innate Immunity
Poster Session 6: Infection and Inflammation
Poster Session 1-3: Thursday, November 23, 2017 Guided Poster Viewing from 13:30-15:00
Poster Session 4-6: Friday, November 24, 2017 Guided Poster Viewing from 13:30-15:00
Poster mounting and removal
Poster sessions 1-3 (poster numbers: P01.01-P01.17, P02.01-P02-17, P03.01-P03.16)
Mounting: Thursday, November 23, 2017 08:00-10:00
Removal: Thursday, November 23, 2017 15:30-18:00
Poster sessions 4-6 (poster numbers: P04.01-P04.15, P05.01-P05.15, P06.01-P06.16)
Mounting: Friday, November 24, 2017 08:00-10:00
Removal: Friday, November 24, 2017 15:30-18:00
Presence at posters
Poster presenters are asked to be present at their poster during the guided poster session in order to present the poster to the audience.
The usable surface on the poster board will be 90 cm width x 150 cm height (approx. 35 x 59 inches) and posters should be in portrait format.