eng | ελλ
UoCEMTEMariolopoulios-Kanaginios

12th International Conference on Meteorology,
Climatology and Atmospheric Physics
COMECAP 2014

Heraklion
28 May – 31 Μay 2014

 

Author Guidelines for Oral Presentations

Oral presentations are organized in oral sessions scheduled in four time blocks per day and are presented in the Conference Programme. The Power point presentations should be written in English. The oral presentations could be either in English or Greek.

Please note that the duration of each oral presentation is 15 minutes (10 minutes for actual presentation + 3 minutes for discussion + 2 min for speaker's change).

Authors are kindly asked to load their presentation before the beginning of the corresponding session. An assistant will be available for any help required.

A notebook with Internet connection for loading the presentation (USB Flash Drive, DVD and CD) will be available in the lecture room for the presenter (LAN).

The notebook (with Windows 7) in the lecture room is equipped with the following software: MS Office 2007, OpenOffice, Adobe Reader, GPL Ghostscript, GSview, Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Windows Media Player, Real Player, QuickTime, VLC media player, Adobe Flash Player, Adobe Shockwave.

Author Guidelines for Poster Presentations

Poster presentations are organized in poster sessions according to the Conference programme. The posters should be written in English.

The general display time is from 08:30–20:00 from Wednesday to Friday. Authors are kindly asked to leave their poster for display during the respective poster session.

During the Attendance Time of each poster session, as this appears in the Conference programme, authors are kindly asked to be available at the poster display.

Poster boards are in portrait format with a clear dimension of 100 cm width x 120 cm height. All necessary material for attaching the poster to the poster board will be available at the Facility Desk.


Conference

Sponsors

NOAMeteo forecast

The Cyprus Institute

TSI  
InterSys ScientAct Olympus