Guide for Presentations

All ICCRTS presentations must be submitted in advance of the Symposium (via email by June 8, 2012.

FINAL PRESENTATIONS ARE DUE June 8, 2012. *Presentations can be submitted in PowerPoint or PDF format.

Email your final presentation to *The subject line of your e-mail must include your Paper ID number.

Each presentation is slotted for a 30-minute time slot (20 minute presentation, 5 minutes for Q&A, and 5 minutes to move to the next track).

All session rooms will be equipped with projectors. It is not guaranteed that podiums or lecterns will be available in all of the rooms.

We MUST collect all presentations well in advance of the Symposium start date. All presentations will be loaded on conference computers ahead of time, and the June 8th deadline will be enforced. We realize that some may wish to make some last minute changes to their presentations; however no changes will be permitted after June 8th, in order to allow time for proper testing of all presentations. This will ensure that your presentation is not dropped from the event. We simply do not have the person-power to accept presentations for loading onto conference computers on the Symposium day, so thank you in advance for planning for, preparing and submitting your presentation by the due date.

Your presentation will be scheduled during one of the 3 afternoons of the conference once your paper has been submitted. However, if unavoidable schedule constraints arise, we will attempt to accommodate them up until May 14, 2012, when the conference schedule goes to press. Except in unusual circumstances, presentations should be made by one or more of the contributing authors. Therefore attendees must plan to attend the entire conference for the scheduled 3 days. This will ensure a fair and equitable distribution of audience participation for all ICCRTS author presentations. Respect and support your colleagues.

The ICCRTS Team recommends bringing a back-up copy of your presentation on a USB to have with you at the event. However, the presentation on the USB should be identical or very similar to the one submitted prior to the Symposium and reviewed by the ICCRTS Chairs. Do not plan on bringing your laptop and downloading your presentation. Each room will have a dedicated laptop or PC connected to the projector. If you know that you will require special assistance outside of these arrangements, please contact the ICCRTS Team prior to the conference.

Registration Fees

The ICCRTS Registration fee is firm for all ICCRTS attendees, including paper authors and daily track session presenters. The ICCRTS does not offer any other rate fee.

So, just in case you are unsure, the answer to your question is YES….this means ALL PAPER PRESENTERS must pay the registration fee and attend the conference for the full 3-day event.

Proprietary Information

All ICCRTS presentations are to be unclassified and any sensitive material should be removed. Final presentations will be posted to the CCRP website for public use; this occurs shortly after the symposium. For this reason, proprietary information should be avoided in all ICCRTS submissions: abstracts, papers, and presentations.

Key Dates

March 9, 2012: Draft Papers Due

March 30, 2012: Early Registrations Due

April 13, 2012: Reviewer Comments Sent Out

May 4, 2012: Final Papers Due

June 1, 2012: Hotel Reservations Due

June 8, 2012: Presentations Due

June 8, 2012: Registrations Due

Still accepting late registrations