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Rules of Participation

The working language of the conference is English. Participants are expected to secure their own funding and make travel arrangements independently; the organizers will not issue any visa invitations. The organizers will provide an invitation letter on our organization letter head for only registered participants stating their topic of presentation and date of the event. Further, requisitions for invitation letters for visa purposes will not be entertained for individuals who haven’t registered for the conference.

Should you find out that you are no longer available take part in the conference, please notify the organizers as soon as possible by writing to contact@infoconferences.com. Innovation Info Conferences maintains no refund policy provided that if any cancellation is made either by participant / organizer the registration will be transferred towards any of the upcoming Innovation Info Conferences (IIC).

Oral sessions entail presentation of accepted abstracts on a related topic or theme, followed by structured discussion of those abstracts.

One Day Registrations: Access to main conference sessions, exhibitions, poster sessions, Conference material, Tea / Coffee breaks and lunch during the conference for a day.

Oral Presentation: The Time duration for oral presentation is 30 minutes. The minimum requirement is the participant should have at least a doctoral degree.

Keynote Presentation: The duration for keynote presentation is 45 minutes.

Workshop: Workshop entails structured discussion of a topic/theme. Participants of a workshop will talk with each other and with the audience about a common topic on which they have diverse experience or perspectives. Discussion and question-and-answer between speakers, and especially between speakers and audience, are key features. Proposals for Workshop should be submitted at least 2 months ahead of the conference. The time duration for the workshop can last 1 hour to 1 hour 30 minutes.

If any speaker wants to organize a workshop besides a talk, he/she could do so by submitting a separate abstract for the workshop through communication channels and inform at least 2 months prior to the conference.

Students: The students can opt for poster presentation. Those students who are willing to give a talk shall register under Young Researcher Forum (YRF) category. The poster presentations can be presented by students and delegates. The poster size should me 1m X 1m. All the participants should bring along the adhesive that would not peel off the wood / wall / cause any damage to the venue setting. The poster timings will be notified in the final program 15 days before the conference dates.

Poster Session entails presentation of accepted abstract for poster presentation by the scientific committee of the respective conference.

Abstract Submissions: The Programme Committee will consider proposals for individual abstracts. Abstract proposals will be accepted only if they can be fit into a coherent sessions / in accordance with the title and theme of the conference, and if that abstract is then approved by the Programme Committee.

Multiple Presentations Rule: A conference participant may give multiple presentations during the conference with a cap on not more than 3 talks per day per person. However, the presenter needs to submit separate abstract for each presentation. If you submit more than one paper proposal, the Programme Committee has the right to approve or reject the proposal of the abstract.

Student Participation: Graduate student participants should be at the research-stage in their programmes. Graduate students should not, as a rule, be designated as speaker on the session. The students can present a poster and present a talk under Young Researchers Forum (YRF).

Acceptance Letter:

Invitation letter will be sent only to those individuals whose abstract has been approved by the committee and have registered for the Innovation Info conferences. Once your registration is received by IIC you will be notified about the same. Please email us requesting a formal letter of invitation at contact@infoconferences.com. The letter of acceptance does not entail any visa guarantee it mentions the abstract title, authors name and affiliation. IIC is not to be blamed for rejection of VISA. IIC recommends the participant to consult their local visa services.

Speaker Guidelines

  • Provide a professional quality presentation that is on the agreed upon topic.
  • Submit the abstract in English only ( including the Abstract Title, Author name, Affiliation, publications)
  • For submission of abstract, speaker should ensure that the abstract publication has been approved by all other co-authors.
  • Stick to the time allocated for your presentation.
  • Provide your presentation to us in electronic form for distribution to the conference moderator before the conference begins.
  • Make sure your slides are readable. In general, nothing below 18pt type is going to be readable by anyone not in the first few rows. 24pt and up is usually safe.
  • If your presentation is supposed to be 30 minutes long, getting through 45 slides is almost impossible. Also remember that slides with lots of builds take more time than a slide with no builds. The best thing to do is time yourself in advance for presentation
  • Most presentations will be part of a conference session covering the same topic. Duration for presentations can range from 30-45 minutes based on type of presentation (Plenary, keynote, Speaker, YRF, Poster), but the vast majority are 20-30 minutes followed by 5-10 minutes of Q&A.

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