Guidelines for ICCAIS 2015 Poster and Oral Presentations

    There are two formats for the Fourth International Conference on Control, Automation and Information Sciences (ICCAIS 2015): Poster and Oral.

    If you are unable to present your paper personally, please arrange for someone else to present it. If no one is available to present your work, you must notify the Technical Program Co-chairs as soon as possible (iccais2015@126.com) so that it can be withdrawn. As per IEEE directives, papers that are not presented will not be included in the conference proceedings on IEEE Xplore.

    Poster Presentations

    The venue for the poster sessions will be Changshu International hotel. Rectangular boards will be provided. The usable area for a single presenter is 900mm wide 1200 tall. Push pins or other attachment methods will be provided.
    The boards will be arranged in rows. Each reserved paper space will be assigned a number. Every paper being presented at the same time will also be assigned a number. The number, called the Board Number, will identify the place to post your poster.
    You may download a template for the ICCAIS 2015 poste in PowerPoint (.pptx) Format.

    Oral Presentations

    All oral presentations have been allocated a 20-minute time slot. These 20-minutes must include the presentation, questions, any discussion, and the transition to the next presentation. It is strongly recommended that speakers plan on a 15-16 minute presentation to allow 4-5 minutes for questions; speakers typically cover at most one to two slides per minute.

    Each room will be equipped with a personal computer running Microsoft Windows XP, Microsoft Office 2007, Adobe Acrobat Reader, Flash (to handle Flash animations), and Microsoft PowerPoint Viewer 2007. The presentations must be produced and ready to use in at least one of these formats. The room will have a projection screen, and the computer will be connected to an appropriate LCD projector. Authors should ensure that their presentations are loaded onto the computer in their assigned room 15 minutes before the beginning of the session. All papers must be presented in person at the symposium in order to be included in the proceedings published in IEEE Xplore.