31st AES International Conference, 2007
"New Directions in

High Resolution Audio"

London, UK        June 25-27, 2007



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Information for Presenters

Oral Presentations

Oral presentations will be allocated a strict presentation time (to be determined), including time for questions.

For those bringing their presentation on CDR or USB stick, laptops with USB audio devices will be provided, preinstalled with Acrobat Reader, Open Office, and Powerpoint. (Note that embedded objects in Powerpoint presentations can sometimes cause problems so these should be checked before the session.) Alternatively, presentations can be e-mailed to 31st_chair@aes.org well before the session.

Audio connections are available via 3.5 mm stereo minijack, paired 1/4 in jacks or paired RCA phono connectors.

The data projector resolution is 1024-by-768, and has a standard VGA 15 pin D connector. Spare video adapter cables are available for newer Apple laptops.

There will be NO over-head projector (OHP) for transparencies.

Internet access will be available.

Poster presentations

There will be several poster sessions but it is encouraged that each poster be on display throughout the conference.

Each poster has to fit on a poster board that is 3 feet (91.4 cm) wide and 6 feet (182.9 cm) tall. However, posters should not reach down to the floor as this makes them hard to read. Posters should therefore be no more than 85 cm (33.5 in) wide and no more than 119 cm (46.9 in) tall (i.e., no larger than A0 portrait or A1 landscape).

IMPORTANT: Posters wider than the stated dimensions will not fit on the poster boards and cannot be displayed. A0 landscape is TOO WIDE.

Authors are responsible for putting up and taking down their own posters.

Wired internet connections for up to 8 machines will be available in the Great Hall during the poster presentations.

See also
- Call for Papers
- PDF Guidelines
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