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Scientific presentations will be held either as oral presentation or by poster. Presentations will primarily be given in English. Presentations with a German abstract will be given in German.

Oral presentation

Usually, presentations will have the following durations. For exact information, please refer to your division.

  • Contributed talks are 15 minutes including discussion and speaker change(12 min talk + 3 min discussion/speaker change)
  • Invited talks are 30 minutes including discussion and speaker change (25 min talk + 5 min discussion/speaker change)
  • Plenary presentations are 45 minutes without discussion

All lecture halls and seminar rooms are equipped with electronic presentation technique. You can connect your own notebook (please check connection before the start of your session) or you might bring your presentation (pdf or PowerPoint (2007)) on an USB memory stick and transfer it to the computer in the lecture hall before the start of the session. In all lecture halls there will be service staff to help you with your presentation. 

Speakers  are  requested  to  be  in  the  lecture  hall  at  least  25  minutes  prior  to  the  start  of  the  session, reporting to the chairperson of the session as well as the technical staff to ensure the laptops handshake with the projectors (“beamers”) and to receive a brief introduction to the equipment in the lecture hall.

If you need other presentation facilities please ask for availability at the information desk as soon as you arrive at the conference or better in advance via telephone +49-(0)511-762-2589


The  poster sessions (Monday-Friday)  will take place in  the Gallery  of the Lichthof (main building) from 16:30 h to 19:00 h.

The poster boards will be marked with the number according to the scientific program. Authors are asked to  mount  their  poster  before  their  session.  Each  poster  should  display  the  number  according  to  the scientific program. Each poster should be no larger than 90 cm x 120 cm (DIN A0). For the mounting of the poster  please  use  the  provided  mounting  material  at  the  poster  frame  or  contact  the  student  staff available at the poster area. The presenting authors should be at hand for discussion at their poster during at least half of the poster session and should note this time at the poster.
The  posters  have  to  be  removed  after  the  session.  Any  posters  remaining  on  poster  boards  will  be removed  early  in  the  next  morning  and  disposed  without  requesting  your  permission.

The conference management cannot assume any liability!