All speakers having a presentation are invited in the Preview Room (located in the 3rd Floor of the Palais des Congrès) to upload, test and validate their presentation one day before their session or at least two hours before the starting time or their session. The perfect functioning of presentations received after this deadline will not be guaranteed.


To allow each speaker enough time to check their presentation, only minor modifications are allowed to be made on the working stations in the Preview Room.

Presentation format

  • All presentations should be in PowerPoint format and PC compatible
  • The projection format will be 16:9, please use this forma when creating your slides
  • PowerPoint 2016 and previous versions are accepted
  • Save your file with a .pptx extension for a better compatibility
  • Media elements:
    • Use the ‘Insert’ function to integrate media elements, such as images and video
    • Try to limit the size of your videos and sound to 1GB and use formats such as .mp4 and .wmv if possible
    • If your video files come from a medical equipment, make sure you do not need a special proprietary software to play it on a PC
  • If you work on a Mac try to avoid specific fonts in Mac OS and rather choose Windows compatible fonts
  • You should bring a copy of your presentation, including a copy of your video file(s), on a USB flash drive or an external hard drive.
  • Please note that under no circumstances will personal laptops be used in the session rooms.

Preview room

A dedicated team of expert technicians will assist the speakers with uploading and verifying their presentations.


AV equipment in the session rooms

Each session room will be equipped with a PC at the lectern, which is connected to the Preview Room and which will be used to project all presentations.

We remind you that it is forbidden to plug your personal laptop or an USB key in the rooms.

Once you are at the lectern, simply click on your name to launch your presentation, then use the arrows on the keyboard or the mouse to advance your slides. At the end of your presentation click ‘Escape’ to go back to the main menu.



All presentations and connected files are stored and kept exclusively during the congress. Each speaker can access and modify his/her own presentation, but does not have access to other speakers’ presentations.  All the data will be deleted from the computers after the event, unless there is a specific authorization from the organizer or from the authors mentioning otherwise.






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