Oral Presentations: Your presentation should clearly describe motivation and methodology of your research as well as novel results and their significance. A Windows computer and an LCD projector are available at the conference with Power Point and Adobe Reader installed. Please inform the organizers by the registration deadline if you need any special equipment. The presentation time limit is:
- 25 min for invited papers (plus 5 min discussion)
- 15 min for regular papers (plus 5 min discussion)
- 10 min for postdeadline papers (plus 5 min discussion)
To avoid delays during your session, please copy your presentation file from your USB memory stick to the conference computer before your session starts and use your paper number as file name, e.g., TuA7.ppt.
Posters must be attached to the assigned poster board before noon on the day of your poster session. The poster space is 100cm wide (AO or BO), push pins are being provided. Please include a picture of the presenter on your poster so that he/she can be contacted throughout the conference. During the poster session, presenters must be available for discussion at their poster. Posters should be removed after the poster session, any poster left will be discarded.
Registration Policy: You are required to register before 30 September 2018 and to present your paper at the conference. If you are unable to personally attend the conference, please name a replacement speaker or poster presenter (e-mail to piprek(at)nusod.org). Papers without registered presenter will be automatically removed from the program and from the proceedings. IEEE reserves the right to exclude a paper from IEEExplore if the paper is not presented at the conference.
Journal Publication: All authors will have the opportunity to publish expanded versions of their NUSOD '18 paper in Optical and Quantum Electronics (indexed by SCI and Inspec). The online submission deadline for journal contributions is on 30 November 2018.