ICNMD 2024

Speaker Resources

For more information on speaker and presentation details, click on each session below.

ICNMD 2024 Presenter Resources

Download Speaker Powerpoint Template

Important Dates

June 19, 2024Presenting Author and Invited Speakers Registration Deadline
June 19, 2024Presenting Author / Title changes Deadline
October 11, 2024Slide submission Deadline

General Information

We recommend oral presenters and invited speakers to submit their presentation slides no later than October 11, 2024. An online submission system will be created and shared with you via email – closer to the congress date. Minor changes to the presentation can be made later and submitted to the Speaker Ready Room onsite.

Speakers are encouraged to use the ICNMD 2024 presentation slide template. To download, click the button above.

All session room screens will be in 16:9 format.

The inclusion of a disclosure slide is mandatory even if you have no conflicts to declare. It is recommended to keep a copy of your presentation at the time of the presentation, should a problem occur. Furthermore, please have the presentation printed on paper, for reference during the lecture.

Onsite Information

You are requested to check-in on yourpresentation at the Speaker Ready Room the day prior to your scheduled presentation, even if you have already submitted your slides. If your presentation falls on the first day of the congress – please check-in at the speaker ready room at least 1 hour before your talk. If for any reason you are unable to meet this schedule, please inform us.

Computers are available for you in the Speakers Ready Rooms for your final check.

Once the presentation has been checked, the technical staff will be responsible for its delivery to the session rooms in preparation for your presentation.

Macintosh presentations (i.e. Keynote) cannot be accommodated, unless saved to a PC-formatted USB stick .

To avoid font compatibility problems, use common fonts (Geneva, Times Roman, Helvetica). If you do not use the recommended fonts you should save the fonts with the presentation.

Tips for Presentation Preparation

Your presentation must be prepared in PowerPoint2000 or any later PowerPoint Version (MS Windows) and provided on an USB-removable drive if not previously sent to us.

Set the slide size of the page to “On-screen show” and landscape orientation in the page set-up section. (Portrait orientation will not be displayed properly).

Use high-contrast lettering, and not too much text per page (max. 10 lines or 15-20 words). Make sure you use high-contrast colors for the best definition of your text. Please be aware that red letters or lines are usually not visible when displayed on a bigger screen.

As a general rule, you should not present more than 1 slide per minute. Visual material supports the speech and should not be the transcription of it.

Special characters: To avoid any compatibility problems, please do not use special characters (i.e. “, Ö, Ø, ñ, ?, ®, ý, }, { etc) to name your presentation or movie files.