ISQED'24 will be conducted in a hybrid format. This means you can choose to present your paper either remotely or by attending in person. Regardless of your attendance choice, you are required to submit your pre-recorded presentation to ISQED by March 25th.
The preferred presentation format is Microsoft PowerPoint with voice narration, which is available in two file types: .pptx and .ppsx. Additionally, you may convert your presentation into an MP4 format. Before submission, please test your presentation to ensure it functions correctly, the volume level is adequate, and the sound is clear and audible. If you are unable to attend the conference in person, you have the option to present your paper via Zoom or have your presentation file played by the session chair during the allocated time for your paper presentation. Please email the link to your presentation files to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Zoom links for the conference will be sent to authors well in advance. Even if you are not presenting your paper in person and we are playing your presentation file, if your time zone permits, we encourage you to be available to answer any questions from the audience after your presentation. The total presentation duration for regular papers is 20 minutes, and for poster and Work-In-Progress (WIP) papers, it is 5 minutes.
We recommend shortening your presentation by 2 minutes to leave time for Q/A. Also, add a slide at the end showing where listeners should address any questions they might have later after the event. Few weeks after the conference we will make a link in the program to your presentation and share the link with all participants. To view last ISQED's presentations please click here. Email your presentation to email@example.com. If the file size is too large and you are not able to email your filed, save in your google docs or OneDrive and email the link instead.
The procedure for recording your presentation is outlined in the following link: How record narration and timings
The file can be also saved as a video as shown in the following link: How turn your presentation into a video
Guidelines for slide formats is as follows: