Full presentation guidelines will be included in the acceptance letter.
You would have been notified of your presentation session and time in your acceptance letter.
Oral presentations will be allocated 10 minutes each. There will be 7 minutes to present followed by 3 minutes for questions and comments.
PowerPoint data projection with single screens will be available in all session rooms.
A slide center will be available and each presenter is required to hand in his presentation minimum 2 hours before his session.
No personal computers will be allowed.
Files must be prepared on PowerPoint format.
Electronic presentation will be the exclusive presentation modality for accepted Posters.
Electronic presentation is a powerful method of communicating information that create an electronic medium of information that can be discussed and shared beyond of both traditional posters and oral presentations.
Posters, created as Power Point presentations, will be uploaded into a special system and converted into a secure format for viewing.
Delegates can browse or search for specific posters through Computer terminals which will be available onsite. They are also able to contact you via the system mail tool to discuss your work further or simply make comments.
Once posters are available for viewing you can also check your statistic and see how many times your poster has been viewed or downloaded. Downloading is at your discretion only.
All poster presenters are required to register for the meeting by the early bird cutoff date of 1st of June 2021.
Guidelines for preparation of electronic posters will be included in the acceptance letter.
The Local Organizing Committee will grant awards to the 3 best communications presented at the scientific program.
Papers accepted for presentation in the MESOT 2021 congress will be published in the Experimental and Clinical Transplantation, the official Journal of the MESOT.