Presentations

Oral Presentations

We have 3 plenary talks, 10 invited talks, and 31 contributed talks. All the oral presentations will be given in the international conference room (301) of the Conference Center.

Duration of talks

Plenary talk: 45 minutes (including 7 minutes discussion)
Invited talk: 30 minutes (including 5 minutes discussion)
Contributed talk: 15 minutes (including 3 minutes discussion)

Uploading your presentation

All the oral presentations should be uploaded to the PC in the conference room before the session. Please bring your presentation (Power point or PDF) in a memory stick. For uploading and projecting your presentations, a manager for audio-visual in the conference room will help you. If you would like to use your own PC alternatively, please go to the audio-visual manager well before your presentation time and test the connection. Note that your PC must be equipped with a standard D-sub 15-pin video output. If you use a Mac laptop, please bring a D-sub 15-pin adapter with you.

Poster Presentations

We have two poster sessions, and in total 146 posters will be presented at Reception Hall.

Poster Session 1 (P1-1~P1-73): 8th August (Mon) 16:00 ~ 18:00
Poster Session 2 (P2-1~P2-73): 10th August (Wed) 16:00 ~ 18:00

A poster board (90 cm wide by 180 cm high) will be available for each poster. Materials to fix the poster to the board will be provided at the Reception Hall. The authors can put their posters during lunch break before each poster session, and should remove their posters after the session. The posters not removed by the next morning will be discarded.

Young Researcher Best Poster Award

There will be a poster competition of "PASPS 9 Young Researcher Best Poster Award" for those who are the first authors on the poster presentation. Graduate students and researchers who received his/her Ph.D. degree within 5 years are eligible for the competition. In total, about 8 posters will be awarded based on the voting by the regular participants. The winners will be awarded in the closing session.

Voting Procedure

All the regular participants are cordially invited to vote for "PASPS 9 Young Researcher Best Poster Award".

  • If you are registered as a regular participant to the PASPS9, you will find two voting sheets (one for each poster session) in the conference bag.
  • The posters indicated by red mark on the poster board are entrants for poster awards.
  • In each Session, please choose 3 ~ 5 posters and write the poster numbers on the voting sheet.
  • Voting boxes will be found in the Reception Hall and at the registration desk.
  • The local organizing committee will total the votes and choose the best posters.

It is very important to encourage the young researchers. We appreciate your cooperation very much.