i2i Presentation Guidelines

Oral Presentation Guidelines

Loading Your Presentation Onsite

  • Hand a USB drive with your files to the AV technician in the back of the Farkas Auditorium at earliest opportunity in order to load and test your slides on the presentation computer.
  • You must use the computer provided on site (there will be no connection for personal laptops at the podium).
  • We strongly suggest loading your presentation early in order to test whether your slides, images, animations, and videos work as intended.
  • Loading will stop 15 minutes before the session starts.
  • Loading your presentation will not be possible after the session starts.
  • There is no speaker ready room.
  • Time your presentation as follows:
    • plenary: 35-minute talk + 5 minutes for questions
    • keynote: 27-minute talk + 3 minutes for questions
    • invited talk: 22-minute talk + 3 minutes for questions
    • proffered talk: 15-minute talk + 3 minutes for questions

Available Presentation Computer, Software, and Recommended Formats

  • Presentation computer running Microsoft Windows with PowerPoint (Microsoft Office 2016) will be provided.
  • For best results, use a 16:9 slide format.
  • For best video performance, embed MP4 videos in the PowerPoint presentation. AVI and MPEG-4 videos are expected to work, but are not recommended.
  • Presentations created on Apple computers must be compatible with PowerPoint 2016 for Windows. The software Keynote will not be supported.
  • Adobe Acrobat Reader will be available.
  • Installation of additional software will not be permitted.

Showing your presentation

  • The A/V staff will start each presentation.
  • Once the presentation is launched, you, the presenter, will control the slides from the lectern using a standard computer mouse (there will be no keyboard).
  • Left click will advance to the next slide and start movies.
  • Right click will retreat to the previous slide.
  • The mouse will also function as the pointer. No laser pointers are provided.
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Power Pitch Poster Presentation Guidelines

What is a Power Pitch Poster?

A Power Pitch Posters is a 1-minute electronic trailer of the most interesting traditional posters. Therefore, power pitch presenters must follow both these guidelines and traditional poster guidelines.

Loading Your Power Pitch

  • Hand a USB drive with your files to the AV technician in the back of the Farkas Auditorium at earliest opportunity in order to load and test your slides on the presentation computer.
  • You must use the computer provided on site (there will be no connection for personal laptops at the podium).
  • We strongly suggest loading your presentation early in order to test whether your slides, images, animations, and videos work as intended.
  • Loading will stop 10 minutes before the session starts.
  • Loading your presentation will not be possible after the session starts.

Available Presentation Computer, Software, and Recommended Formats

  • Presentation computer running Microsoft Windows with PowerPoint (Microsoft Office 2016) will be provided.
  • For best results, use a 16:9 slide format.
  • For best video performance, embed MP4 videos in the PowerPoint presentation. AVI and MPEG-4 videos are expected to work, but are not recommended.
  • Presentations created on Apple computers must be compatible with PowerPoint 2016 for Windows. The software Keynote will not be supported.
  • Adobe Acrobat Reader will be available.
  • Installation of additional software will not be permitted.

Additional Information

The power pitches are in rapid-fire format, presented back-to-back with no questions.

Your 1-minute Power Pitch should capture the essence of your work, highlighting main points, key innovations, and salient results.

It is essential that you stay within the 1 minute allotted. The moderators will announce the title of your presentation, as well as your name and primary affiliation as you go up to the podium while the previous speaker leaves the stage. The session moderators will be briefed to be extremely strict about the timing. After 1 minute, a clear “stop” notification will be given. You should practice the talk to ensure that you don’t run over.

The Power Pitch presentations will be given in the main meeting room (Farkas Auditorium). At the end of the Power Pitch oral session, the audience will adjourn to the hall outside the room for traditional poster viewing.

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Traditional Poster Presentation Guidelines

Each traditional poster presenter is expected to bring a printed poster describing his or her abstract.

Posters should be maximum 36 inches wide x 48 inches tall (3 feet wide x 4 feet tall). Poster boards will be available in Alumni Hall B, the room adjacent to Farkas Auditorium, from the early morning of October 18. Hang your poster in advance of the poster session. Poster boards will be moved to the hallway outside Farkas Auditorium prior to Session 4 (poster session).

Each poster presenter is expected to submit a PDF file of his or her poster to be made available on the workshop website.

To upload your work, use the submission form at the bottom of this page.

 

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Philanthropic Support

We gratefully acknowledge generous support for radiology research at NYU Langone Health from:
 
• The Big George Foundation
• Raymond and Beverly Sackler
• Bernard and Irene Schwartz

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