Technical information for Speakers and E-posters

Guidelines for Oral Presentations & E-poster

Information for Oral Presentation authors and Invited Speakers

Virtual Oral Presentations - Invited Speakers and Oral Communications Authors will receive a link from the organizing secretariat, to upload the video of their speech, which they are requested to pre-record in advance following the instructions here below, on the virtual platform of the Congress.
More detailed instructions will be sent in due time.

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In-person Oral presentation Authors and Invited Speakers will be requested to pre-record the video of their speech and to upload it on the virtual platform of the congress, in case it will be not possible to attend in person. If live attendance will be possible, they will only need to bring with them a USB with the slides of the power point presentation, at least 1 hour before their speech, at the Slide Center located in the Congress Venue.
PLEASE NOTE THAT all the scientific sessions will be uploaded on the virtual platform and will be available to all participants in the on-demand area, after the Congress. EXCLUDED NOT CME ACCREDITED SESSIONS.

E- Posters Authors are kindly requested to upload the pdf of their poster on the dedicated virtual platform, using the credentials they received in the e-poster instructions letter.
Posters will be only electronic and neither presentation, nor discussion are foreseen.
Your e-poster must be uploaded in PDF format – max file size 20 MB.
Presentations will be accepted only if uploaded as PDF/Acrobat format.
One-page for Scientific Poster as well as multipage file for Educational Poster is supported.
In case your presentation is set on a multi-page poster, the number of pages is unlimited. However we remind that the higher the number of pages the heavier the file to download will be.
A total number of 6 pages would be recommended.
Please, note that if during the submission you selected as preferred “Oral” or Exhibit Poster (hardcopy), you will be requested to upload a one-page pdf. In addition to the PDF file, you can also attach an audio comment, in MP3 format - max file size 10 MB.
We suggest 1 or 2-minute speech max.

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All accepted posters will be published on the Supplement of the Paediatric Radiology Journal, edited by Springer.

PLEASE NOTE THAT All accepted E-posters will be included in a dedicated on-demand section of the Congress virtual platform, accessible to all participants, and visible in PDF format with (optional) audio commentary from the author (MP3 format).
In the e- poster area participants will be able to send questions and/or comments, which wil be then forwarded to the speakers/authors who will personally answer.
We would like to remind all the speakers that the on-demand contents will be uploaded on the virtual platform of the Congress and consequently, in order to follow UEMS procedure, they will be requested to sign the mandatory UEMS Disclosure form.


Each speaker shall have available:

  • PC or Mac, slightly raised from the table if possible, with a stable internet connection (5 Mbit/sec in upload). Please, before starting, make sure to TEST the connection speed and quality of your device through one of the following common speed test website: OR
  • Supported browser: Google Chrome 83+; Firefox 78+; Edge 83+; Safari 13+ – NO: Internet Explorer.
  • Earphones with microphone (in order to avoid the echo effect)
  • Webcam (external or integrated)

It is advisable to have a location provided with natural daylight (please try to avoid windows behind you).

To download Zoom, find the instruction to follow:
Tutorial Video:
ZOOM for Chinese speakers


Your presentation can be realized in the formats listed below:

  • pptx (Microsoft Office PowerPoint);
  • key (Keynote for Mac)

Each pptx or key presentation, with embedded videos, should be produced in 16:9 landscape format (horizontal) only.


Intervention shall be led from the same location, using the same equipment during the pre-recording.

Please remember that each Speaker should be connected 60 minutes before the beginning of the Session.

It is important that the PowerPoint or keynote presentation has a space for positioning the camera so as to avoid covering important concepts present at that particular point of the slides. This space should be left on the top of the slide on the righthand side.
Please avoid background noise while recording and use a background as much neutral as possible.