17th International Conference on Ternary and Multinary Compounds

27-30 September, 2010
Institute of Physics, Azerbaijan National Academy of Sciences, Baku

Presentation Guidelines

Dear Participants, Your contribution to the work of the ICTMC17 is very much appreciated. Please make yourself familiar with the following guidelines for oral and poster presentations at the ICTMC17.We expect your cooperation to keep the conference on schedule for the benefit of all attendees. The standard audio-visual package in each conference room will consist of:
- video projector, screen, laser pointer, and microphone
- MS Office, Windows PC (including PowerPoint) and USB plug.
- overhead projector (only on request).
All presenters are asked to keep the published presentation time limits. It is the presenting author’s responsibility to ensure that his/her presentation file is downloaded and checked no later than the “break” immediately preceding the scheduled presentation. Technical assistance will be provided by staff members of the local organizing committee.


For contributed presentations 20 minutes is allocated and for invited speakers 30 minutes is scheduled, including discussion. When preparing presentation please make sure you prepare a concise talk of 17 minutes (25 minutes for invited talks) plus 3 minutes (5 minutes for invited talks) for discussions. Your effort in preparing a well organized and clear talk will contribute to the success of the ICTMC17.


Poster boards are aligned in a vertical format. The area of the poster board is suitable for A0 format: 1200 mm (vertical) x 850 mm (horizontal). Poster fixing materials will be available. Print TITLE and AUTHORS in extra-large characters across the top of your poster. Please organize your poster to ensure that your material is clearly readable and succinct. Use text and graphics that are large and bold!

Each presentation will be assigned a board and will be labeled with the number of the paper (e.g., T3.12) and the presenting author’s name. Authors need to be present at their posters for discussion with attendees during their allocated poster session.