Welcome to the presenters support page for INFORUM 2006. We are glad to have you participate in this year’s conference. The documents below provide information that will assist presenters in preparing for the conference. Check often for additional information as it develops.
If you need assistance before and during the conference please do not hesitate to contact Mr. Jakub Petřík at +420 222 231 212 or email@example.com.
March 2006: online conference registration
24. 4. 2006: deadline of full-text submission
16. 5. 2006: deadline of MS PowerPoint presentations submission
23-25. 5. 2006 8 a.m.-5 p.m.: Registration
24. 5. 2006 7:30 p.m.-11 p.m.: Infoconcert and Infoparty
Fulltext submitting for the conference proceedings
The full-text of your paper will be published on the INFORUM 2006 website.
Paper length: 3-15 pages + annexes
Paper & speech language: English (or Czech)
Fulltext formats: DOC (Word 95/97/2000), RTF or PDF, to be sent by e-mail or on a floppy disk by mail.
- Submitting guidelines (file for downloading in .doc format)
Guidelines for presentations
The actual time of your session will be confirmed, but we recommend that you prepare a 15 minute presentation, which will allow for a further 5-10 minutes of Q & A at the end of your allocated time. During the break before your speech please do not forget to check your pre-installed presentation in the auditorium and get in touch with your session chairman. Conference session timing is always crucial. Therefore you are kindly asked to arrive well before your session begins and especially to strictly adhere to the timeframe of your speech and any instructions given by the session chair.
The preferred way is to send us a copy of your PowerPoint presentation latest by May 16th (preferably earlier) by e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org (please use WinZip to compress the file, do not forget to save fonts in case you use some more special ones). This will allow us to check it and pre-install it to the presentation server. However, please do not forget to take also a backup copy on floppy (we recommend to make two copies) or on a CD-R disk or on a USB flash disc with you or even transparencies … just in case.
Room set up
The conference will provide presentation rooms with a data projector, screen, computer with mouse (PC with CD-ROM drive, Windows, Office XP (incl. PowerPoint), Netscape, MS Internet Explorer – your presentation will be preinstalled there and tested jointly with you), wired microphone and presenter’s table. Live Internet connection will be available during all sessions. The University of Economics has a good connectivity, however, we still recommend to have an offline backup with you (downloaded html pages or Lotus Screencam captured files on floppies or CD-R). On-site technicians will be available to troubleshoot any equipment problems you may have.
It is also possible to use your own notebook (in Auditorium D only), however, there may always be a compatibility problem with the datashow and it would also need much more time for installation, checking and interconnection during the conference session. Therefore we do not prefer this option.
Posters will remain on display throught the conference in the New Auditorium and authors will be with their posters to discuss them with others during coffee and lunch breaks or at other times during the conference.
Posters are expected to be 80 cm x 110 cm (width x height). Materials for putting posters on the boards will be available in the poster area.
Register for the Conference
Acceptance of your proposal does not automatically register you as a conference participant. Please be sure to complete and return your personal conference registration form to us as soon as possible. You can register to all conference sessions, workshops and social events free of charge as an VIP participant.
You are cordially invited to join the conference committee members for lunch. Lunch will be provided in the Academic Club at the University of Economics (apart from conference attendees), we will inform you about its location at the Registration Desk.
Last but not least you are also invited to the INFOCONCERT and INFOPARTY – the INFORUM social events on Wednesday May 24th at 8.p.m in the Klementinum Palace of the Czech National Library.
There are many hotels of various classes in Prague and the public transport is quite effective so please do not hesitate to arrange your accommodation according to your preferences.
Upon arrival at the conference, check in at the registration desk and confirm the time and location of your session.
Frequently Asked QuestionsIt would be great to know about the registration status for co-authors.
The first author of the accepted paper is entitled to register to the conference free of charge as an VIP participant. The co-authors should register via the standard registration form and pay the standard registration fee.
Do you need full text of report or only presentation?
We need both - full text paper and PPT presentation. The deadline for full texts is April 24th and the deadline for presentations is May 19th.
I will have a presentation during one of the sessions and I was wondering whether you could let me know how long my presentation should last and at what time I will be presenting.
We recommend that you prepare a 15 minute presentation, which will allow for a further 5-10 minutes of Q & A at the end of your allocated time. The chairman of your session will get in touch with you a week before the conference, sending the detailed timetable and other important information.
Are the Inforum proceedings published only on www or also as a "traditional" book?
The Inforum proceedings are published only on www.
Will there be an INFORUM 2007, and if so are there dates scheduled yet?
Yes, INFORUM 2007 will take part again in Prague from May 22 to 24, 2007. The new website will be released in January 2007.