Technical programme

Information for presenters

Joining the EAGE GET 2022 as a presenter is a great way to share your research, connect with professionals from around the world, and more. Read more for tips and tricks on your presentation.

Presentation templates

Presentation will be given by speakers live during the assigned session slot. 

To download the mandatory presentation templates or for tips on the objective and structure of your presentation, please read the Guidelines below.

Attending_Presentation

A good oral presentation has a clear objective, a well-defined structure and uses clear and simple illustrations. Please download the mandatory template for your presentation

Presentation guidelines

Next steps overview

Please take a look at the important next steps for this conference

Confirm Presenter Name *

Confirm yourself or a co-author as presenter via the online form by 23 October 2022 (23:59 CET).

Register for the conference
Speakers must be registered for the conference. Select your registration type and register now!

Promo Kit
Promote your presentation(s) with the email signatures or banners in the promo kit. For download options, click here.

Visa
Please note that you should start applying for your visa as soon as you have received this email. Check the registration page for information on how to request an official invitation.

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Your objective defines what you wish to achieve with your presentation. To achieve a realistic objective you must consider the characteristics of your audience: their motives for attending your presentation, their interests, their knowledge level and their intentions.

The structure of a good presentation is as follows:

Define the subject, give a general outline and state the goals of your presentation in your introduction.
Work out your presentation in more detail.
Summarise and draw conclusions, which refer back to your introduction.
Please be very careful that your presentation is scientific and not commercial. In addition, the company logo or trademarks are allowed only in the first and on the last page of the power point slides (videos and oral presentations).

We recommend you to make an overview with the estimated timing of your presentation and to prepare yourself for questions from the audience. Rehearsal of your presentation is strongly recommended! Please note that presenting to a live audience can take a little longer than during a rehearsal.

It is important to adhere to the presentation time as detailed in the Technical Programme schedule.

An integral part of a technical presentation is the technical discussion at the end of the presentation. The author should be prepared and able to discuss their paper with their peers in the audience during the last 5 minutes of the time slot. The discussion will be facilitated by the session chair.

If a speaker is not able to come to the event to present their own paper, they may be represented by one of their co-authors. Again, to enable a meaningful technical discussion, the alternative speaker should be familiar with the presented work and its background. The speaker should inform the EAGE office before 23 October 2022 to indicate this.

If the alternate speaker is not familiar with the work and this becomes clear in the discussion, this could lead to rejection of future papers at EAGE events by both the original and the alternate speaker.

Each session room is equipped with a data projector and a computer (for the PowerPoint presentation); therefore no additional computers will be required.

The presentations need to be uploaded to the computer in the room prior to the start of the session. More information on how to do this will be available soon.

A poster is an ideal medium for an informal exchange of ideas and it can pave the way great discussions between participants. All on-site poster presenters have in total 60 minutes to present their work during the poster session, including time for questions. However the poster will be on display throughout the 3-day conference. This should be mounted between 08:00 hrs and 09:00 hrs (TBC).
What to Prepare?
A0 Poster (Printed)

In order to obtain a design for your poster which aims to generate active discussion it is recommended to:

  • Use the conference logo;
  • Include the paper reference (abstract number) and presentation title on your poster;
  • Place the highlights at eye level (i.e. the upper half of the wall element);
  • Divide each poster into at least three equal columns for readability of text. Illustrations may extend over 2 or 3 columns;
  • Text and Character Size:
    • Word-process all text (including captions) and print on a plain light coloured background.
    • Use a minimum font size of 18 points. (Text should be readable from 2 meters away.)
  • Illustrations
    • Should have a resolution of 300 dpi to be suitable for printing on A0.
    • Should be placed large enough on the poster so it is readable from five feet away.
  • Poster Format:
    • The maximum allowed paper size is A0.
    • There is one (1) poster board available per presentation; you are required to use 'Portrait' layout for your poster.

The proceedings of the conference will be uploaded to EarthDoc as soon as possible. Please keep in mind that if you withdraw your presentation, it will not be uploaded or removed from EarthDoc.

After the event the uploaded proceedings will be checked and no-shows or withdrawn presentations will be removed from EarthDoc.

The deadline to withdraw your presentation without consequences is 7 October 2022, 23:59 (CEST).

Kindly note that if you withdraw your presentation after 7 October 2022 (23:59, CEST), you risk being listed as no-show and banned as a speaker at EAGE event until 3 years after the conference.

Please read the information about the Presentation Cancellation Policy for more details and instructions to withdraw.

If you have any questions about the technical programme, please Contact us

 

How to Present to a Live Audience?

We have a series of videos focusing exactly on this!

EAGE experts shared things to avoid and things to remember when preparing for your next presentation. Watch the teaser (right) or watch the complete videos via the buttons below.

Additional information is also available in the Guidelines for Presenters.

Preparation

Interaction with the audience, Part 1

Interaction with the audience, Part 2

Non verbal communication

The story, Part 1

The story, Part 2

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