RNA 2013 Poster Information

The Davos Congress Center has sufficient space so that all posters can remain on display for the entire duration of the conference. Poster presentations will be divided equally into 3 sessions: Wednesday night, Friday night, and Saturday afternoon. The poster area will be open for casual browsing on Tuesday and throughout every day of the conference.

Posters can be installed on Tuesday or Wednesday and must be removed on Saturday evening. You can return to the poster area after the banquet on Saturday night to remove your poster, but you will not have access to the Congress Center on Sunday. Any posters left behind after Saturday night will be destroyed.

Poster boards will stand VERTICALLY, with one poster on each board side. Maximum poster width is 1 meter (39 inches). Ideal poster height is 1.5 meters (59 inches) but your poster can be somewhat taller if need be.

Posters will be mounted on the boards with Tesa Powerstrips (double-sided adhesive foam), which will be provided by the Davos Congress Center. Boards will be numbered in advance and staff will be available to assist presenters with locating their assigned space and installing their poster.

RNA 2013 Speaker Information

Oral presentations in all sessions will be allocated 10 minutes for the talk and 3 minutes for questions.

PC laptops running on Windows 7 with PowerPoint 2010 and MacBooks with Keynote 5.11 will be provided at the Congress Center. Files should be saved on a USB flash memory drive to be loaded onto the computers provided. Slide size 1024 x 768 pixels. Embedded video can be no larger than 1024 x 768.

Speakers can load slides onto the presentation laptop in their assigned room any time that the room is open and a session is not in process. This includes before sessions start, during breaks and during lunch. Speakers who are presenting in the next scheduled session will have priority.

All speakers must have loaded their slides a minimum of 30 minutes prior to the start of their session. The conference schedule does not allow time during the sessions to switch laptops, therefore speakers may not use their own laptops and must use the equipment provided. Staff will be available to assist speakers with loading their files onto the laptops.

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