ISAR-6 / Sixth International Symposium on Arctic Research / 第6回国際北極研究シンポジウム

Guideline for Oral Presentation

1. Basically, speakers use their own personal computer for their presentation. A session computer is prepared in each session room.

2. If you use the session computers, the presentation must be compatible with Microsoft PowerPoint 2013 or PDF file on the Windows PC platform. Please install your presentation file onto the session computer ahead of the presentation session and check it works. If your presentation includes video files (avi, mpg/mpg, wmv, asf), they will not work if they have not been copied onto the presentation laptop computer. Therefore, please ensure it works befre your presentation.

3. Oral presentations are mostly scheduled in 15‐minute blocks allowing for a 12‐minute talk, followed by a 3‐minute question and answer period. The chairperson will notify you when your presentation reaches 10, 12, and 15 minutes. Some sessions do not follow this schedule, so please consult with the session conveners for the details.

4. Please be ready for the presentation by moving to the seat at the front part of the room during the presentation ahead.

Guideline for Poster Presentation

1. Poster board size:
    The poster should fit the size of the poster board provided, 90cm wide x 210cm high.

2. There are two poster session core times.

  • Presentation Core Time 1: 13:30-15:00 on March 3, 2020
    Sessions: R1, R3, R4-S5, S3, S8-R8, S10, S19, and S20
  • Presentation Core Time 2 : 13:30-15:00 on March 5, 2020
    Sessions: R2, R7, R9, R10-S18, S1, S2, S4-R6, S6-R5, S7, and S15-S16-S17

3. The posters presenting in the Core Time 1 can be put up from the first day of the Symposium and put it down by the end of March 3. The posters presenting in the Core Time 2 can be put up from the morning of March 4 and put it down by the end of March 5.

4. Authors are responsible for setting up and removing their posters.

5. The Secretariat will provide pins or tapes for putting up your poster.

6. The number plate (presentation code) is on the poster board. You may find your number from the program posted on the ISAR-6 website

7. Poster presenters are obligated to present in front of their poster boards during the presentation core time.

Poster board size