Some relevant information for your presentation (both oral and poster) and the answers to some of your questions:
1) Although there is no conference template, feel free to use our conference logo, which you can find here.
2) Oral presentations are 15 minutes long, with 5 minutes for discussion. Please make an effort to stay on track with your time.
3) All poster submissions need to have a presenter available during the Poster Session, although it is not mandatory that the presenter is the first author.
4) We ask that all poster contributions are hang in the Meeting Hall from Thursday at lunch time until the end of the Meeting (Friday around 5PM)
5) Posters are in A0 Portrait format (vertical orientation 84.1 x 118.9 cm )
We also remind you that:
1) If you have not yet registered please do so as soon as possible. Failure to register may jeopardize your ability to fully participate in the conference. All presenting authors are kindly asked to register by filling the online form (http://nintec.pt/ScienceDays2022/page--4-registration.html).
2) We ask all participants willing to share their presentations and posters to send a digital version of their contribution (preferably in PDF format) to email@example.com to be available on our website. Please do so before the start of the event.
Important guidelines for your presentation:
We take the opportunity to recall two important goals of NInTec:
- "stimulating intellectual coexistence and professional solidarity between researchers from different scientific areas and promoting synergies between Research Centers";
- "defend, dignify and promote the exercise of scientific research".
In view of these goals, we suggest that your presentation (both oral or poster):
1) Share an overview of your work, for colleagues of different areas.
- Tell the story of your research in a simple way, avoid extensive use of equations and tables.
- Engage your colleagues for potential collaborations.
2) Emphasize the questions you want to answer.
- Present your challenges.
- Try to get feedback from your colleagues with different approaches and views.
3) Share your research environment and professional/contractual situation, as well as how it affects your performance and career path.