Oral Presentation Guidelines
Please follow the guidelines below for your oral presentation. If you have any further questions please email email@example.com
The programme is available to view here. If you decide to withdraw your abstract, please advise us as soon as possible so that the programme can be adjusted accordingly.
The Congress venue is SkyCity Convention Centre, 88 Federal Street Auckland, New Zealand.
PowerPoint Slides and Speaker Information
The venues are equipped with a laptop and data projector and you will have the choice of a lectern or lapel microphone. If you require any other equipment, please advise us on firstname.lastname@example.org
SkyCity Convention Centre has wireless internet access.
Please check in with the AV technician in the room you will be presenting in at least two hours prior to your presentation. The technician will load your presentation on to the Congress laptop and return your USB stick. As a backup we recommend you bring two copies on separate USBs.
Please create your PowerPoint presentation in 16:9 ratio, as this is the best display for the venue screens.
Please take a few minutes to familiarise yourself with your session venue (your venue will be confirmed to you closer to the time of the Congress) and audio visual equipment before you are scheduled to speak.
Please be in your session venue at least 10 minutes prior to the start of your session and introduce yourself to your session chairperson.
Please note that acceptance of your abstract is taken as confirmation of your agreement to have your abstract published on the IFEH website and provided to Congress delegates on a USB stick at the Congress.
All presenting authors (oral and poster) must register and pay to attend the Congress prior to 31 January 2018 to be included in the Congress programme. Otherwise we regret that your presentation will have to be removed from the programme.
Registrations are now open and early bird prices close on Wednesday 31 January 2018.
To register please click here
At the time of completing your online registration, students must submit a letter from their supervisor defining their student status and include a copy of their current student card. This documentation should be emailed to email@example.com
Please note that there are some unscrupulous individuals out there that occasionally target congress speakers with the aim of extracting personal and financial information for their own benefit. If you receive any request for information that you suspect may be a scam, please email us for clarification immediately at firstname.lastname@example.org All of the legitimate Congress correspondence will come from email@example.com (or similar email addresses ending in @tcc.co.nz).