All speakers should plan on arriving at the room in which their talks are scheduled 15-20 minutes before the start of the session. A student volunteer will be present to help load presentations on the laptop before the session begins.

Speakers for current sessions are allowed 15 minutes for presentations.

A 5 minutes period between talks allows for questions, discussion, and introduction of the next speaker. This 5 minute period belongs to the audience, not to the speaker, and is managed by the session moderator. Time limits will be strictly enforced by session moderators.

Microsoft PowerPoint and Adobe PDF are the only acceptable formats for oral presentations.
Acceptable media include CDs and flash drives. You will need to ensure that these are compatible with our laptops (Windows PC). Do not bring your presentation on your own laptop; we will not be able to connect it to the LCD projector.

The meeting room will be equipped with a dedicated LCD projector and PC laptop configured with CD/DVD drives, USB 2 ports, Windows XP Pro, and MS Office 2003. It is your responsibility to make sure that your presentation will run in this system. Newer versions of PowerPoint files may not work – save your files in a format compatible with MS Office 2007.


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Faculty of Engineering,
Universitas Gadjah Mada

Co-organized and Supported by

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Disaster Prevention Research Institute, Kyoto University


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