9th International Workshop
on Sap Flow

4-7 June 2013, Ghent, Belgium

Guidelines for oral presentations

The Organising Committee welcomes your contribution to the 9th International Workshop on Sap Flow. In order to ensure that your presentation runs smoothly, a number of services and facilities will be provided to you.

Speaker checklist

  • Complete your registration.
  • Bring your presentation on a USB stick to the workshop.

Registration details

  • Prior to the workshop: All presenting authors are required to register for the 9th International Workshop on Sap Flow.
  • Onsite at the workshop: Presenting authors will need to register at the registration desk when they first arrive at the workshop to collect their name badge and other related materials. From there you will be directed to the responsible person in order to upload your presentation. At that time, you will be briefed on how to use the audio-visual system.

Audio-visual equipment

The following audio-visual equipment will be at the conference:

  • Windows or Mac computer
  • One projection screen
  • One data projector
  • Microphone
  • Laser pointer

Should you require additional equipment it is essential that you contact the workshop secretariat at secretariat@sapflowworkshop.info to discuss your requirements. We will try to accommodate requests, however this cannot be guaranteed. A technician will be available to handle any problems that may arise.

Session details - check ahead

Please visit the website to confirm details of your session within the program. The program is subject to change so please ensure you check any changes.

Time allocation

Besides the Keynote talks, which are allocated 45 minutes (35 minutes talk + 10 minutes discussion), individual oral presentations are allocated 15 minutes (10 minutes talk + 5 minutes discussion). Please take this into consideration when preparing your presentation. Sessions chairs will hold you to the allotted time. This is essential to ensure adequate time for questions and discussion as well as adherence to the workshop program.


Please note that the official workshop language is English. All presentations must be made in English.