Instructions for uploading the presentation material

Instructions for oral presentation

All authors are required to make use of electronic presentations. The time allocated for each presentation is 15' + 5' for questions (except for the Special session on PET/MR and TB-PET phantoms, where the time is 12' + 3' for questions). You can prepare your presentation either in PowerPoint format (PPTX) or PDF. The recommended presentation aspect ratio is 16:9. Instructions to upload the presentation material follow below. Please upload your presentation at least 1 day before the beginning of the session you are assigned, you'll be able to update the file until the beginning of the session.

Instructions for poster presentation

Poster presenters are requested to provide:

  • An electronic copy of your poster in PDF format
  • A one-slide presentation summarising the contribution to be used for the poster review
  • A close-up picture of the presenter to be used for the poster display

We kindly ask all the presenters to make sure the three file names start with "poster_", "summary_" and "picture_", respectively.

Posters will be displayed in electronic form through a dedicated 50-inch screen in portrait orientation. Traditional printed versions will not be accepted. The useful screen area is 61.6 cm (wide) x 109.5 cm (tall) with a resolution of 1080 x 1920 pixels (aka 2k). The suggested size of the poster is that of the SO 216 A1 standard: 59.4 cm x 84.1 cm, with an aspect ratio of 1:1.416. Due to the shape of the screen, an aspect ratio up to 1:1.5 can be effectively exploited, while less oblong ratios are discouraged, in that they are sub-optimal in terms of screen occupancy.

The electronic version of the poster will be converted to a raster image for the purpose of the display on the conference screens. Please avoid using exceedingly small graphical elements of any type and/or low-resolution plots and images. As a final check prior to submission, you can convert your poster into a 1080 x 1529 pixels raster image such as PNG, JPEG or TIFF format and verify that it is displayed correctly on your computer screen.

A dedicated station will be available on site to show the poster program at a glance for the entire duration of the conference. To maximise their visibility, all presenters are strongly encouraged to provide the requested material by May 27th, so that it can be uploaded to the browsing stations.

The close-up picture of the presenter will be included in the graphical display by the system, and there is no need for the authors to manually insert it into the layout of the poster. The same holds for any additional information related to the conference.

Uploading presentation material

To upload your material, please use the pencil button on the right of your contribution title in the online program and select "Material editor", then "Upload files" and follow the instructions on screen. You'll be able to select if to make it public or not (i.e., protected) by using the "Protected" switch.