10th Conference of the International Society for Affective Disorders (ISAD) at Hilton London Tower Bridge is about to begin. We would like to share with you some key points for all oral presentations during the ISAD 2019.
All presenters must check into the Speaker Ready Room (Meeting Room 1) at least 2 hours prior to their session time in order to upload their presentation to the computer network.
Speakers Ready Room Opening Dates & Hours:
November 14, 2019, Thursday 07:30 – 17:30
November 15, 2019, Friday 07:30 – 17:00
November 16, 2019, Saturday 08:30 – 11:00
- All speakers are requested to load their presentations in the Speakers' Ready Room at least 2 hour before the start of their session.
- All presentations should be prepared in Microsoft Office Powerpoint program, 4:3 size. Presenters will not be able to use their own laptops or notepads on stage.
- The Speakers' Ready Room will be marked clearly with signage at the conference venue.
- Presentations will not be accepted directly in the session rooms for uploading but in speaker ready room.
- For MAC and Keynote Users: If you prefer not to load your speech in the speaker ready room and wish to use your own computer, please bring your Mac or connection cable/adapter with you and do notify Speaker Ready Room a day before your presentation.
- Please note that the “Presenter View” is not available. If you need your notes, please bring them on paper.
- We have an exceptional number of abstracts this year and wanted to give as many people as possible chance to present, but this means that we have a very full program. Please show respect to your fellow speakers, the chairs and the audience by keeping to the times assigned to your presentation.
- We are on a tight schedule. Please make sure to adhere to your allotted speaking time!
Please find the ISAD Scientific program by clicking here.
For any kind of need regarding the scientific program you can contact us at the below details:
Looking forward to welcome you at 10th Conference of the International Society for Affective Disorders (ISAD) in London.