The presenter shall request agenda time by Monday (AoE) of the week preceding the meeting.
Requests shall be submitted using the web form .
Incomplete requests will not be allocated agenda time at the meeting.
Presentations submitted after the deadline may not be allocated agenda time at the meeting.
After the deadline, only non-essential changes are permitted to the presentation, such as fixing typos, or updating list of supporters. Making essential changes (as determined by the chair) will result in presentation losing its allocated agenda time.
Presentation Style Guidelines
Failure to meet these guidelines may result in a loss of requested presentation time.
Presentations must be submitted in PDF format. Neither the chair nor the Web Master will convert presentations to PDF format. Presentations not in PDF format will be rejected.
The presentation file should be named using the following template: presentername_3ca_n_mmyy.pdf, where
presentername is the last (family) name of the presenter,
n is an index used to differentiate multiple presentations made by the same author at the same meeting (n = 1,2,3 …), and
mmyy is the month and the year of the meeting.
Avoid graphic intensive backgrounds or other decorative graphics.
No animations, audio clips, video clips, etc.
Presentation should be less then 2.0 MB.
No marketing pitches, product pitches or corporate pitches.
No pricing, costs, ASPs, etc. are permitted. Relative costs, relative ASPs, etc. are permitted (i.e. option 1 is 3x the cost of option 2).
No company copyright or confidentiality statements. All presentations are posted to a publicly accessible web site. If the presentation is not ready for public disclosure, then it should not be presented.