A PowerPoint format is recommended for your meeting talk content. You may download this Optional Speaker Template (PowerPoint, 1.7 MB) as a starting point for your presentation.
Please note the following important information you will need to have a successful oral presentation.
Once you have checked in at registration, please go directly to the speaker ready room (Flat Iron conference room at the Millennium Hotel), to run through your presentation and have it downloaded onto the master presentation file. If you cannot run through your presentation upon check in, please schedule a time to do so. We will have 15 minute time slots available all day Sunday, April 10th starting at 12 noon until 5pm . The speaker ready room will re-open Monday, April 11th from 7am to 4pm . It will also be open Tuesday-Thursday from 7am to 4pm , with a lunch break from 12:00 – 12:30pm .
If you will be using a PowerPoint presentation, you may have already sent your PP presentation to: email@example.com. If not, please do so and reference - NAI2005 Presentation in the subject heading. In addition, please have available a copy of the presentation with updates (if any) on memory stick or zip disk. Computers will be able to read both Mac and PC versions of your presentation. Please note: We will not be able to read Unix formatted presentations.
Preparing Your Talk ... There will be a strict time schedule for talks at the meeting, as follows:
You have 10 minutes for your talk, plus 3 minutes for Q&A, then 2 minutes available for speaker turnover.
LEAD SPEAKER TALKS (Invited Speakers)
You have 40 minutes for your talk, plus 5 minutes for Q&A and introducing the next speaker. If a Meeting Session has more than 1 Lead Speaker: One person speaks for both, or both speak for 20 minutes each. This decision is to be made by the Lead Speakers and their individual Task Forces
Ten (10) minutes prior to your presentation, you MUST see the AV tech in the back of the Millennium Ballroom. This is NOT the time to be making changes to your presentation. All computers for presentations will be set-up in the back of the room, to be monitored by an AV Tech. If you have a PowerPoint presentation, you will be given a clicker that will indicate to the AV Tech when to advance the presentation.
Eligibility Requirements for Poster Presentations
- Be an author of a submitted abstract for a poster
- Be a member of an NAI Team, Focus Group, Working Group, or International Partner
Poster Display & Handling Information
- Size: Poster should fit within an area 4 ft x 4 ft (1.2 m x 1.2 m).
- Carry your poster to the meeting since there are no shipping or receiving services available for this event.
- Push pins and velcro are provided to hold your poster on display boards.
- When you submit your abstract...
- Select a related meeting theme. It determines your poster display day.
- Your abstract is assigned a number when its submission is completed.
- WRITE DOWN this abstract number for future use. It identifies your abstract and is your poster number for display location within its meeting poster theme area.
Click here for more information.
Click here for details about student competition posters.