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 Guideline for Oral Presentation

Each oral presentation (for abstract and full papers) is allocated 20 minutes. 15 minutes for the presentation and the rest for questions / answers from the audience moderated by the session chair. All session rooms will be equipped with a computer and a projector. Presenters are expected to copy their presentations to the provided computer before the session begins. Please contact the Session Chairs. You can also use your own equipment. In such a case you are strongly recommended to the test the signal (VGA) matching before the session begins.

Poster Presentation

Poster size should not exceed A0 size. Additionally, 2-3 slides are presented in a quick introduction session.

Paper Submission

Prospective authors are invited to submit a full paper up to 8 pages. Papers have to be written in English and have to be edited according to the OCG guidlines. If you are using the OAGM Template (available for LaTeX and Word), your paper will comply with these guidlines inherently.

The paper has to be submitted electronically via the web page (starting by January 8, 2010). Camera ready papers Accepted papers, based on double blind reviews, have to be presented orally or as poster (registration required).

Proceedings will be published by the OCG in the series books@ocg.at. Submission and presentation of a similar paper at another international conference is no reason for rejection, but original contributions are preferred.

For cost reasons, the conference proceedings will NOT be printed in color. If you submit documents with color figures, the printed result may not meet your expectations, so color elements should be converted to gray-scale. Original papers will be reduced by 80% and printed with a final resolution of 300 DPI. Therefore, the use of higher resolutions is unnecessary. Also, do not use too thin lines, since in the worst case they won't be visible. Use lines with a width of at least 0.2 pt (as recommended by the printing service). When creating PDF files (e.g., using Acrobat Distiller) make sure that the conversion settings are at least at "Print" level or better, otherwise images may suffer from re-compression.