Presentation Guidelines

Presenters are requested to prepare their presentations as follows. Please carefully refer to the program to check the presentation date, time, and type.

For workshops, please follow the instructions from the workshop organizers.

Oral Presentations

All oral session rooms are equipped with PC projectors with a standard VGA connector. Presenters are requested to bring their own PC for the presentation. We strongly recommend presenters to check the compatibility of their PC and the projector before the session starts. Please follow the instructions below for each program type. Presenters are also requested to show up at the session room well before the session starts and introduce themselves to the session chair.

1. Full paper
Each presentation of a full paper (including presentations in the best paper session) is allotted 18 minutes in total. The presenters are advised to prepare a 15-minutes presentation to leave sufficient time for Q&A and speaker change.

2. Doctoral Symposium Paper
Each Doctoral Symposium presentation is allotted strictly 13 minutes followed by 7 minutes discussion and advice from expert panel members as well as questions from the audience.All the oral DS presenters are requested to prepare and present their posters as well. Each poster presentation will be provided with a panel to put a poster (900mm wide and 1,600mm high).

3. Multimedia Grand Challenge Solutions
Multimedia Grand Challenge Solutions will be held as a plenary event. Each finalist team presentation will be allotted 8 minutes (6 minutes for the presentation + 2 minutes for Q&A). Time will be strictly enforced by session chairs; all the presenters are expected to make sure that their presentations fit strictly within the time limit.

4. Open Source Software Competition (OSSC)
Each OSSC presentation is allocated 12 minutes; 10 minutes for the talk, and 2 minutes for questions. We will be strict with timekeeping and interrupt presenters if they exceed the allocated time. As part of your presentation, please make sure to show your OSSC work in action. This can be done with a live demo, a video, or other powerful ways of conveying its value to the MM community. One OSSC award will be given to the winner and it will be announced at the conference banquet.

Poster Presentations

Each poster presentation will be provided with a panel to put a poster (900mm wide and 1,600mm high). Each poster should be set-up before the session starts, and removed after the session.

3. Technical Demo
Each demonstrator will be provided with a table (1,800mm wide), a power outlet (220V, 50Hz, Max 600W, Type-A), and wireless internet access. Each demo should be set-up before the session (e.g., during the coffee break) and removed after the session. Demonstrators must be in the demo space and present their demonstrations during the session-time.

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