Important Notes:

Thank you for your support towards the successful CARS 2016 in Heidelberg!
CARS 2017 will take place June 20-24 in Barcelona.

Authors Info

LECTURE PRESENTATION

Oral presentation time is 15 minutes including approx. 3 minutes for discussion. For audiovisual support, data projection facilities are available in all lecture halls. It will not be possible to use a personal laptop.

Both formats for presentations are acceptable: 4 x 5 or 16 x 9

Please prepare your presentation in accordance with the details below:

  1. 1. Speakers are kindly requested to use PowerPoint MS Office (Windows or Mac).
  2. 2. Store your data in a USB memory stick or CD-R (RW cannot be used) and bring it to the Media Check Desk. In order to avoid copying errors, please confirm that your USB stick is functional by opening its files in a PC other than the one you used to create it.
  3. 3. Only Windows-compatible PowerPoint 2003/2007/2010/2013 can be used. When creating data with a Macintosh computer, bring the data only after ensuring that it can be played on Windows 7 (OS). Each room is equipped to operate the device by himself/herself while on the podium. Please turn your screen-saver and power saving setting off.
  4. 4. Please upload and preview your data at the Media Check Desk at least 2 hours before your presentation time (30 minutes before, only if your presentation is scheduled in the session on the first day of the congress that start at 8:30 am).
  5. 5. We recommend using ".gif" or ".jpg" formats for images. Other types are accepted but prior advice from our technical team on-site is required.
    MPEG2 is the preferred format for embedded movies ".avi" and "-wmv" are also accepted. If Codecs are used, the Code package DIVx in the current versin should be chosen. This can be found at www.divx.com. Confirm that all the necessary files are in the SAME FOLDER as your presentation.
  6. 6. Confirm that your presentation contains only standard fonts. For cross-platform compatibility, the use of Times New Roman, Arial, or Verdana is advised. 
  7. 7. Please do not operate “Presenter View” on PowerPoint to proceed your presentation smoothly. Printing service is not available at the venue. You are asked to bring your own manuscript if necessary.

Please take care of the following recommendations

  1. 1.    File Name
    Please name you file with date of presentation, time of presentation, room number, first name and last name.
    Date, time and room of your presentation are shown on the CARS website at http://www.cars-int.org/program
    Example: “26_1500_GrosserSaal_John_Smith.pptx”
    26: June 26
    1500: 15:00h
    GrosserSaal: Room Grosser Saal
  2. 2.    Moving images
    If your presentation contains any moving images, be sure to bring a file that can be played by the default codec included in Windows 7 (OS) or Windows Media Player 11. WMV format (less than 10M bps bite rate) is recommended for moving images files. In order to maintain a link with PowerPoint, store all moving image data you plan to use and your presentation (PowerPoint) file in the same folder.
  3. 3. Images
    When pasting images with Windows, use a bit-mapped file format. When pasting images to PowerPoint, use JPEG/TIFF/GIF/BMP formats. Do not use the PICT format, which is a Macintosh standard.
  4. 4. Graphs
    When making graphs, use the standard functions of PowerPoint or Excel. If you make a graph using other kinds of software, convert the completed graph data into an image format according to procedure 3 above, and paste it into PowerPoint.
  5. 5. Viruses
    To prevent virus infections acquired through media, confirm that you are using the latest antivirus software.
  6. 6. Data
    Please upload your data for presentation at the Media Check Desk. The data will be temporarily stored on the server of the desk, and on a PC in the presentation room, but it will be deleted in a responsible manner after the meeting ends.
  7. 7. Presenter View
    Please refrain from using the “Presenter View” in PowerPoint.
    If you need manuscripts for your presentation, please print them out in advance and bring them.

 
Opening hours of the Media Check

  1. 1. Please upload and preview your data at the Media Check Desk at least 2 hours before your presentation time (30 minutes before only for the sessions that start on the first day of the congress at 8:30 am). Macintosh users are asked to come at least 4 hours before their presentation time.
    2. The Media Check is expected to be crowded in the morning, though it should be relatively less crowded between 12:00 and 17:00.
    If earlier check-in is possible, please complete your PC data upload on the previous day.


Steps at Media Check Desk

1.    Please preview your data on Preview-PC.
2.    After the preview, data will be sent to server.
3.    USB stick is carried with you during the presentation for back-up.

Media Check for Speakers

The  Media Check is located in Room Stefan-George-Zimmer, near to the registration desk.

Media-Check Opening Hours:

June 22 - 25, 7:30 - 18:30h

Registration hours:

Tuesday, 14:00-18:00
Wednesday - Friday, 7:00-19:00
Saturday, 7:30 – 13:00

POSTER PRESENTATION

The Posters for CARS 2016 in Heidelberg will be made available as printed posters and will be presented in a poster session with a 3-minute oral presentation.

1) Poster Preparation (printed poster) for Poster Boards

a) The posters have been numbered and listed in the program. Please refer to the Poster Session for the number of your poster.

b) The size of the poster should be 120cm in height and 90cm in width maximally.
Do not compile your poster with A4 sized paper.
Poster numbers are attached on the boards by CARS.

c) Please make sure that your poster shows the title of the presentation and the names of the authors. The lettering used for the poster should be at least 0,5 cm in height.

d) Poster set-up and dismantling times:

Set-up:            Wednesday, 7:30 - 9:30h
Dismantling: Saturday, 12:00 - 13:00h

It will be up to the poster authors to ensure set-up and dismantling of their own posters. The conference organizers and the congress center will not take any responsibility for posters left in the Congress Center after dismantling time.

2) Poster Presentation (3-minute oral presentation)
The posters will be presented in a lecture hall.

The presentation time is limited to 3 minutes with no more than 3 slides. Please be punctual, and follow the chairperson’s directions.

Schedules for poster presentations are as shown below.

 

Poster Presentation Schedule

CAR / CARS
# 1 - 57
June 24 (Frid)8:00 – 9:30
9:30 Break
9:45 - 11:15
Room S. Münster-Saal
ISCAS
#58 - 94

June 24 (Frid)14:00 – 15:00
15:00 Break
15:15 – 16:15
Room S. Münster-Saal
CAD
# 95 - 101
June 23 (Thu)17:15 – 17:45Room Kammermusiksaal
CMI
# 102 - 108
June 23 (Thu)16:15 – 16:45Room S. Münster-Saal

Please prepare your presentation in accordance with the details below:

  1. 1. Speakers are kindly requested to use PowerPoint MS Office (Windows or Mac).
  2. 2. Store your data in a USB memory stick or CD-R (RW cannot be used) and bring it to the Media Check Desk. In order to avoid copying errors, please confirm that your USB stick is functional by opening its files in a PC other than the one you used to create it.
  3. 3. Only Windows-compatible PowerPoint 2003/2007/2010/2013 can be used. When creating data with a Macintosh computer, bring the data only after ensuring that it can be played on Windows 7 (OS). Each room is equipped to operate the device by himself/herself while on the podium. Please turn your screen-saver and power saving setting off.
  4. 4. Please upload and preview your data at the Media Check Desk at least 2 hours before your presentation time (30 minutes before, only if your presentation is scheduled in the session on the first day of the congress that start at 8:30 am).
  5. 5. We recommend using ".gif" or ".jpg" formats for images. Other types are accepted but prior advice from our technical team on-site is required.
    MPEG2 is the preferred format for embedded movies ".avi" and "-wmv" are also accepted. If Codecs are used, the Code package DIVx in the current versin should be chosen. This can be found at www.divx.com. Confirm that all the necessary files are in the SAME FOLDER as your presentation.
  6. 6. Confirm that your presentation contains only standard fonts. For cross-platform compatibility, the use of Times New Roman, Arial, or Verdana is advised. 
  7. 7. Please do not operate “Presenter View” on PowerPoint to proceed your presentation smoothly. Printing service is not available at the venue. You are asked to bring your own manuscript if necessary.

Please take care of the following recommendations

  1. 1.    File Name
    Please name you file with date of presentation, time of presentation, room number, first name and last name.
    Date, time and room of your presentation are shown on the CARS website at http://www.cars-int.org/program
    Example: “26_1500_GrosserSaal_John_Smith.pptx”
    26: June 26
    1500: 15:00h
    GrosserSaal: Room Grosser Saal
  2. 2.    Moving images
    If your presentation contains any moving images, be sure to bring a file that can be played by the default codec included in Windows 7 (OS) or Windows Media Player 11. WMV format (less than 10M bps bite rate) is recommended for moving images files. In order to maintain a link with PowerPoint, store all moving image data you plan to use and your presentation (PowerPoint) file in the same folder.
  3. 3. Images
    When pasting images with Windows, use a bit-mapped file format. When pasting images to PowerPoint, use JPEG/TIFF/GIF/BMP formats. Do not use the PICT format, which is a Macintosh standard.
  4. 4. Graphs
    When making graphs, use the standard functions of PowerPoint or Excel. If you make a graph using other kinds of software, convert the completed graph data into an image format according to procedure 3 above, and paste it into PowerPoint.
  5. 5. Viruses
    To prevent virus infections acquired through media, confirm that you are using the latest antivirus software.
  6. 6. Data
    Please upload your data for presentation at the Media Check Desk. The data will be temporarily stored on the server of the desk, and on a PC in the presentation room, but it will be deleted in a responsible manner after the meeting ends.
  7. 7. Presenter View
    Please refrain from using the “Presenter View” in PowerPoint.
    If you need manuscripts for your presentation, please print them out in advance and bring them.

 
Opening hours of the Media Check

  1. 1. Please upload and preview your data at the Media Check Desk at least 2 hours before your presentation time (30 minutes before only for the sessions that start on the first day of the congress at 8:30 am). Macintosh users are asked to come at least 4 hours before their presentation time.
    2. The Media Check is expected to be crowded in the morning, though it should be relatively less crowded between 12:00 and 17:00.
    If earlier check-in is possible, please complete your PC data upload on the previous day.


Steps at Media Check Desk

1.    Please preview your data on Preview-PC.
2.    After the preview, data will be sent to server.
3.    USB stick is carried with you during the presentation for back-up.

Media Check for Speakers

The  Media Check is located in Room Stefan-George-Zimmer, near to the registration desk.

Media-Check Opening Hours:

June 22 - 25, 7:30 - 18:30h

Registration hours:

Tuesday, 14:00-18:30
Wednesday - Friday, 7:00-19:00
Saturday, 7:30 – 13:00

 

If you have any questions, please send them to fschweikert(at)cars-int.org.

 

 

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