International Symposium on Quality Electronic Design (ISQED)

Audio-Visual Instructions for Authors:

ISQED'22 will be conducted in VIRTAUL format. To avoid any unforeseen problems with the internet connection or software, etc. you need to send your pre-record presentation to ISQED, prior to March 23th. The preferred format of presentation is MS PowerPoint with voice narration, which comes in two formats; .pptx and .ppsx. You can also convert them to mp4 format. Before sending, test your presentation to make sure it works well, and sound is clear and audible. This file will be played during the time allocated to your paper presentation. If your time zone allows, please be present to answer any questions from audience after the presentation is made. Total presentation length for regular papers is 20 minutes and for poster and WIP papers 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 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:

  • Add 1~2 slides at the begenning of your presentation to include your paper title and authors, conference name, speakers's headshot and bio.
  • Add one slide at the end of your presentation with your contact information.
  • Add ISQED'22 logo to the footer of all your slides.
  • Use Large, Bold fonts as much as possible.
  • Use fonts that display well at low resolution. Sans-serif fonts such as Arial and Helvetica work better than ones with detailed features (serifs) such as Times.
  • Avoid using busy foils, try one idea per slide and use less text and more images and photos
  • Use simple and contrasting colors. Avoid using red over blue or vise versa
  • Pay attention to contrast, employ light-on-dark, or dark-on-light in all text and diagrams