mlsplogo MLSP2016
IEEE International Workshop on
Machine Learning for Signal Processing

September 13-16, 2016  Vietri sul Mare, Salerno, Italy

Presentation and Session Chair Guidelines

Oral Presentation

The allocated time for oral presentations is 20 minutes including questions. Please limit your presentation to a maximum of 15 minutes leaving 5 minutes for questions.

Poster Presentation

All posters will be presented using poster boards. Poster stands have a plastic board with a usable area: height 120 cm x width 90 cm. Posters must be attached with tape (no tacs).

Session Chair Instructions

The Chair of a session has the essential task of making sure that the session runs smoothly. This entails more than just keeping time, although this is an important aspect of being a Chair. The Chair is charged with making sure that the presenters feel welcome and that all technical issues are resolved. All presenters have been advised to get in contact with you before the session sending you the presentation. You may want to send them an email as a remainder.

After the session, please inform the conference organizers about any no-shows or other irregularities.

Oral Presentations

Before the session starts, make sure that all the presentations have been loaded on the conference PC or, if a speaker prefers to use his/her laptop, make sure that the connectors are appropriate and working.

If one of the speakers is missing, leave the presentation slot empty to stay on schedule.

Introduce very briefly the session topic at the beginning. Introduce each speaker and keep track of the time limits. Signal the speaker with a card that he/she has "10 min" left, then "5 min" left, then "Conclude now". The cards will be provided by the conference staff.

Please also manage the question and answer procedure after each talk. Long dialogues should be avoided and you may suggest to continue the discussion off-line.

At the end of the session conclude with brief remarks thanking the speakers and the attendants.

Poster Presentations

Before the session starts, greet the presenters and make sure that all the posters have been placed on the boards. Be ready to assist with any technical problems.

Go yourself through the posters and ask questions. At the end of the session let the conference organizers have the list of presented posters and the non-shows.

Since all the poster sessions are scheduled in the afternoons, posters can be left on the on the boards until 12:30 of the day after (except for the posters in the Friday session). Accordingly the new posters can be optionally placed early on the boards at the same time (12:45) in the morning of their session.

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