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June 26th - July 1st, 2015 | Neuchâtel, Switzerland

Important Information for Paper Presenters

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Important Information for Paper Presenters



Thank-you for submitting your paper for presentation at the upcoming EurOMA 2015 Conference in Neuchâtel. We have been working hard over the past few months to bring together the conference programme and appreciate your contribution to it. Below you will find some useful information to ensure that presenting at EurOMA 2015 is an enjoyable and beneficial experience for all.


The Conference Venue
The conference Paper Presentations/Parallel Sessions will be held in two university buildings both within a short walking distance of each other. Please check the schedule for your room number and see the location below:

Espace Louis-Agassiz 1 (Lakeside Building)

Ground Level 
R.N.02
R.N.04  
R.N.08  
R.O.12  
R.O.14  
R.S.38   
R.E.42   
R.E.46   

R.E.48
1st Floor (Dispersed in Library) 
B.1.N.01
B.1.E.49
2nd Floor (Dispersed in Library)
B.2.N.65
B.2.E.75


Av. du 1er Mars 26

Ground Level 
B29
B32

1st Floor
C43
C45
C47
C49
C54
C56

2nd Floor
D59
D62
D63
D65
D71

Audio Visual Equipment


Each room contains the following equipment:

  • Screen
  • Dual projection
  • PC
  • Monitor
  • Wi-Fi

Please bring your presentation on a USB. Your presentation should be 16:9 ratio format.  Software installed on the PC is for standard office set up (MS Office 2010).  It will not be possible for you to use your own laptop.  
On arrival in the classroom transfer your presentation from the USB to the EurOMA 2015 folder on the desktop of the PC and remove your USB. Do not present directly from the USB. All presentations will be deleted from the desktop after the session.


Click Here to download the conference powerpoint slides


Time Keeping
Please ensure that you are punctual for your presentation time slot. The conference programme is extensive, featuring nearly 377 paper presentations and 6 special topics in 134 Parallel Sessions. So, keeping to schedule is essential. Presenters should meet with their Session Chair in the scheduled room 10 minutes before the start of the session to upload their presentation. There will be technicians and student volunteers on site at all times to assist with any technical difficulties or to help as necessary. If you anticipate needing assistance of this kind, please contact a member of the EurOMA team at the Aula des Jeunes Rives registration desk or the information desk on the ground floor of Av. du 1er Mars 26.


Presentation slots are 30 minutes per paper (including changing time of presenters). The general rule is to use 20 minutes for each presentation and 10 minutes for questions and discussion. We have instructed Session Chairs to be strict with time keeping, ensuring the timely running of the sessions and the Conference.

 

Time Keeping Cards
Each session chair has a set of time keeping cards which they will use to communicate with presenters to keep the sessions on time.

  • A yellow card indicates that you have 5 minutes of presenting time left
  • The first red card indicates it’s time to move on to questions
  • A second red card indicates that the presentation time is finished

The Conference Programme and General Information
The conference programme is now available on the website www.euroma2015.org as both a live conference app and a downloadable version.


Please check the programme to make sure that you know where and when you are scheduled to present. If you have any queries/conflicts in relation to the programme please contact Stefan Pflegerl Stefan.Pflegerl@aau.at


A general information email for all delegates will be issued one week prior to the conference so keep a look out for it. It will contain practical travel information and tips to help you to make the most out of your visit to Neuchâtel. If you have any queries please contact euroma2015@conferencepartners.ie


We look forward to welcoming you to Neuchâtel. 
Have a good trip!

Gerald Reiner
EurOMA 2015 Conference Chair