Online Presentation


Considering the world pandemic, Online presentations will be available for all participants . Online presentation will be conducted via Zoom Software. The link of the conference room will be available and provided on the website one week before the conference date. Below are instructions to be adhere to:

1. Online Oral Presentations
1.1 Presentation Preparation
  • Each presentation includes 3 minutes for preparation and Q&A / discussion.
  • The presentation PPT could be designed as you like with requirements as below:
    √ The conference logo should be added to each PPT slide;
    √ Title, presenter and affiliation information should be indicated in the first slide;
    √ Each slide should be concise, uncluttered and readable from a distance; include only key words and phrases for visual reinforcement.
  • Online Oral presenters can find their assigned presentation time by searching the paper ID on the conference program. All presentation times are shown in Global Standard Time (GMT+5).
  • All presenters are requested to join Online Session Room prior to the schedule time and complete their presentation on time.
  • Signed and stamped electronic presentation certificate would be issued via e-mail after the conference.
1.2 Pre-recorded Video Presentation
If you are not able to deliver the presentation through Teams at your assigned time, please record the presentation and send the presentation video to us, we will play it at your speech time.
2. Online Poster Presentations
Online Poster Presentations will consist of two parts:
Poster Presentations: A collection of posters in PDF format (with/without audio) will be available at conference website for attendees to view starting on June 20th, 2021.
Poster Q&As: Live poster Q&A sessions will be held via Microsoft Teams Meeting for attendees to meet virtually with presenters and ask questions or give feedbacks.

2.1 Poster Preparations
  • The posters can be prepared using any software (e.g., PowerPoint, Illustrator, etc.); however, they must be saved and uploaded in PDF format (Note: your Poster PDF should be one page only).
  • There is no size constraint for the poster, we recommend using page size of at least A3 or larger.
  • The Poster could be designed as you like with requirements as below:
    √ The conference logo and paper ID(iCITBT****) should be clearly shown in the header;
    √ Title, presenter, and affiliation information should be well indicated.
Please upload the well-designed poster via Submission System before 15th April, 2021. It would be available on the conference website after pre-review and confirmation, if you do not want to post it publicly, please inform us via e-mail.

Optional: Presenters may also record an optional audio/video walkthrough of their poster presentation (no longer than 5 minutes), which will act as a guided presentation for attendees to view or listen to while viewing the poster.

2.2 Poster Q&A Session
To provide attendees the opportunity to ask questions about posters, the live poster Q&A session will be holding through Microsoft Teams Meeting (Specific time will be announced one month before the conference starts):
Each presenter will introduce themselves and their poster topic and then take questions.
Attendees are strongly encouraged to view poster materials ahead of time and to come to the session with questions already prepared. Poster presenters are particularly encouraged to view the poster materials of the other presenters in their Q&A Session.

3. Important Notice
Due to the nature of an online conference, all posted video presentations and poster presentations will be available publicly. It is important for presenters to understand that items available at the conference website are, public, citable, shareable, and available online for a long time.

Presenters who have preliminary/sensitive data that do not comfortable posting online, please take care of the data or sensitive information during the presentation.

For attendees, in case some works are in progress, we expect you not to cite them or download them without permission of the presenter.