Guideline for Presentations  
Oral Presentation 

You can choose a presentation style from the list below.

Presentation Style Presentation Time Q & A Note
A: Online live 10 minutes Real-time Q&A The joint meeting is scheduled from 9am to 21:30pm in Japan Standard Time.
B: Recorded video 10 minutes Comments/Chat Presentation data should be prepared in advance.
A: Online live
Online live lectures will be conducted on Zoom.
1 Prepare slides in Microsoft PowerPoint.
2 Rehearsal and/or connection test will be required prior to the meeting.
3 Share your screen on Zoom during your live presentation.

*Schedules for rehearsal will be announced after the meeting timetable is fixed.

B: Recorded video
1 Prepare slides in Microsoft PowerPoint first.
2 Click "Slide Show" > "Record Slide Show" > "Start Recording from Beginning" > "Record" to start recording your narration. You can record audio or video narration as you run through your presentation.
3 Click arrow button to move to next slide.
4 Recording will be automatically stopped and saved when you proceed all slides.
5 Ensure that a small speaker icon appears at the bottom right of each slide. You can play your narration by pressing the play button.
6 To convert your presentation file to a MP4 file, click "File" > "Export" > "Create a video" Then select "moderate quality" and "Use Recorded Timings and Narrations".
7 When you click "Create a Video", a "Save As" window will pop up. Specify the file name and select MP4 format for the file format. Click “Save” at the bottom right to create the video and it will be automatically saved to the device.
8 The details for data submission will be announced to authors.

Poster Presentation 
Poster presentation is digital in the 2nd Joint Meeting of ESCHM-ISCH-ISB 2021!

In the 2nd Joint Meeting of ESCHM-ISCH-ISB 2021, poster presentation is digital to keep social distancing and to limit occupancy of participants. Participants can make a single slide electronic poster (ePoster) with narration to present their work on poster session as an example attached here. However, the scientific program committee plans the ePoster competition and best ePoster awards! So welcome to the ePoster submission site. Safety and health of all participants are the top priority. Thank you for generous consideration and understanding.

What is an ePoster?

An ePoster is a digital presentation of scientific research that is presented in conference and meeting. However, presenter does not have to print a poster and stick it on a wall. Instead, presenter can make an ePoster electronically by using several programs with your narration included. Presenter can enjoy remote presentation, and we are making an ePoster gallery on the virtual platform for poster discussion with participants just like actual poster networking session.

How to make an ePoster

It is simple to make an ePoster. Presenter has a variety of programs, i.e., Microsoft PowerPoint, Microsoft Word, Open Office Software, Apple Keynote, Adobe Photoshop, and so on. Here, we would like to use Microsoft PowerPoint in a single slide manner. An example is attached. ePoster framework should be landscape orientation. Title, presenters and affiliation should be placed at the top middle part. Abstract should be located at the upper left side. Presentation should be started by Introduction or Background, which should be followed by Methods or Subjects in human study. Results should be placed in the central area of a single slide. Discussion is good when space permitted. Conclusion should be clear, concise and positioned at the right side of the poster. Reference strengthening the poster presentation is good if space exists. Acknowledgement is desirable, and disclosure of conflict of interest (COI) is essential. Theorem and Appendix are welcome in the biomedical, biophysical or in silico study area.

Presentation time: 10 minutes or less
[ Example ]
How to add narration to a PowerPoint presentation

Oral explanation for your ePoster content should be included in the PowerPoint. When you want to add your narration to your PowerPoint presentation, you can record your voice by using a microphone-connected PC. To record your voice, first open your PowerPoint where ePoster is contained. Click Insert > Audio > Record Audio to start your narration. Then you find the small Record Sound window in the middle of the screen. If you are ready to start narration, press the record button (red). Once you finished the recording press the stop button. The audio file will soon appear as a small speaker icon. You can play your narration by pressing the play button. Your narration for ePoster should be less than 20 min.

How to delete audio from a PowerPoint presentation

You can delete small speaker icon in the middle of PowerPoint screen when you don’t like your recording or you want to replace it.

Submission of ePoster
The details for submission will be announced to authors.

Submission deadline: June 11, 2021

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