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Third Italian Conference on Computational Linguistics

Napoli, December 5-6 2016

Guidelines

Guidelines for POSTER Presentations.
- Please identify your assigned poster session (either on Monday or Tuesday) from the online program.
- Posters should respect the A0 portrait format (841 [width] x 1189 [height] mm).
- Two small reinforced holes are needed on the two extremes of the upper side, where a little rope will pass to hang the poster on a metallic network.
- Posters must be visible, so please use large typefaces (minimum of 32 points).
- Avoid overly "texty" posters. Use visuals and diagrams. Remember that the poster should convey the main ideas of your paper (not replace the paper).


Guidelines for ORAL Presentations (Long).
- Full paper presentations are allotted 15 minutes (including everything). Please prepare for a 12 minute presentation (including setup time) + 3 minutes for questions.
- Your talk should summarize your paper - not replace it. Try to convey the main idea and key results instead of reproducing every detail (people can get details from the paper).
- Slides must be legible from the back of a large room. Typeface size on slides should be at least 24 points, or 20 points in exceptional cases.
- Use visuals and diagrams. Avoid excessive text and complete sentences.
- Use examples. Concrete examples are easier to grasp than abstract statements.
- Repeat each question so that everyone hears it, the questioner verifies that you understood it, and you get time to prepare your answer.


Guidelines for ORAL Presentations.
- Full paper presentations are allotted 10 minutes (including everything). Please prepare for a 7 minute presentation (including setup time) + 3 minutes for questions.
- Your talk should summarize your paper - not replace it. Try to convey the main idea and key results instead of reproducing every detail (people can get details from the paper).
- Slides must be legible from the back of a large room. Typeface size on slides should be at least 24 points, or 20 points in exceptional cases.
- Use visuals and diagrams. Avoid excessive text and complete sentences.
- Use examples. Concrete examples are easier to grasp than abstract statements.
- Repeat each question so that everyone hears it, the questioner verifies that you understood it, and you get time to prepare your answer.

CLiC-IT 2016

Email: clic.it2016@gmail.com