Presentation Guideline

2022 KPS Spring Meeting   April 20-22, 2022   Virtual Conference

Official Languages

•  Presentations are expected to be either in Korean or in English.

•  Sessions may be designated as English only or as Korean only, as indicated by E or by K respectively in the session title.

•  Please inquire the relevant divisions or session organizers for further detail.

 

Oral presentations

•  All oral sessions will be essentially virtual meetings and conducted via Zoom.

•  If you selected 'pre-record video presentation' in the process of abstract submission, you should pre-record your video presentation and upload the mp4 file(see submission guideline), which will be broadcasted online during the scheduled time. (Q&A will be conducted in real time.) It is highly recommended if you are a student who have little experience of oral presentation. If you are an invited speaker, has an option to deliver his/her presentation in real time.)

•  If you selected 'real-time presentation' in the process of abstract submission, you are supposed to be familiar with Zoom meeting and deliver your presentation in real time by sharing presentation matarial via Zoom by yourself. In this case, you don't have to pre-record your video presentation. (An invited speaker is considered to deliver his/her presentation in real time if there is no notification of pre-recorded video option.)

•  Please adhere to the time limit for your presentation, which includes setup, presentation, and Q&A: 12 minutes for a contributed talk and 24 (or 36, 60) minutes for an invited talk.

   [Click here for downloading the Zoom Instructions for Presenters]

 

※ Submission Guidelines for a Pre-Recorded Video

[An example of 2020 KPS Spring Meeting presentation (mp4)]

1. File type: mp4

2. Suggested recording times:

  - Contributed talk (12 min): 8~10 minutes

  - Invited talk (24 min): 18~20 minutes

  - Invited talk (36 min): 28~30 minutes

3. How to make a presentation video (mp4 file) using MS PowerPoint:

(1) Guideline in English : [Click here for downloading the guidelines], [Youtube guide video 1], [Youtube guide video 2]

(2) Guideline in Korean : [Click here for downloading the guidelines], [Youtube guide video 3]

4. Submission window: March 24, Thursday (09:00) ~ April 11, Monday (23:59)

5. Upload: [Click here for downloading the guidelines]

 

Poster presentations

•  All poster sessions will be essentially virtual meetings and are accessible online at the KPS homepage during the Conference (April 18, 12:00 ~ April 22, 18:00).

•  All presenters are required to attend the assigned Metaverse Poster Presentation Sessions on ZEP platform.

(i) Poster presenters must prepare PCs or laptops with presentation equipment such as webcams, speakers and microphones before joining the metaverse platform.

(ii) You can find the session code, 'P1-co.1' for example, on the 'Poster Sessions' menu. (Program > Entire Programs > Poster Sessions)

(iii) If your code starts with P1 (P2), then your 'Metaverse Poster Presentation' time is April 20, 18:10~19:30 (April 21, 17:10~18:30).

Session

Date and Time

Presentation Method

e-Poster Release

April 18(Mon.) - April 22(Fri.)

Poster presenters daily check the comments on their presentation.

Metaverse Poster Presentation (P1)

April 20(Wed.) 18:10-19:30

Poster presenters for P1 must access and attend the metaverse poster P1 sessions to explain their research achievements and reply to the questions.

Metaverse Poster Presentation (P2)

April 21(Thu.) 17:10-18:30

Poster presenters for P2 must access and attend the metaverse poster P2 sessions to explain their research achievements and reply to the questions.

(iv) You must join in the metaverse 5 minutes before your ''Metaverse Poster Presentation Session' begins. You can access the metaverse system by clicking the button 'virtual conference' on the program webpage of any poster sessions.

(v) During the session, you can proceed to make a presentation and answer questions from other participants or judges as in the real poster room.

 

※ Submission Guidelines for an Online Poster

An example of 2020 KPS Spring Meeting presentation [pdf] and [mp3]

1. File type: PDF and audio recording (mp3 file: up to 5 minutes) [Click here for downloading the guidelines]

2. PDF page limit: ~10 pages converted from a typical ppt file((PPT aspect ratios 4:3 or 16:9 in landscape direction are recommended and  A4 size is acceptable.)

3. Submission window: March 24, Thursday (09:00) ~ April 11, Monday (23:59)

4. Upload: [Click here for downloading the guidelines]

 

Best Presentation Awards

•  The Best Presentation Awards recognize outstanding presentations made by student members and are awarded by the KPS in order to encourage students to carry out excellent research.

•  The Best Poster Presentation Awardee will be selected based on scientific significance and excellence of presentation and online discussion.

•  Every awardee will be posted in the KPS homepage for recognition just after the Conference and a certificate will be mailed to the presenter according to the mailing address of the corresponding author.

 

No-Show Policy

•  Presenters who do not submit the presentation materials within the deadline or do not present at the session without a call to cancel (contact info: abstracts@kps.or.kr, 02-556-4737(ext. 3)) are considered No-Show.

•  In case of No-Show, the corresponding abstract will be eliminated from the program list. Presenters who No-Show may see limitations to present at the KPS meetings in the future.