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2023 ANS Annual Meeting
June 11–14, 2023
Indianapolis, IN|Marriott Indianapolis Downtown
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Presentation needs to be on a USB drive; if unable to use USB, contact your Session Chair. You will not be able to use your own laptop and must use the conference-provided laptop.
As back-ups to the USB drive, ANS recommends that you email your slides to yourself and upload them to the meeting platform.
Presenters will not be able to access the internet via the session-room laptop.
Paper presentations will be 15 minutes in length followed by a 5-minute discussion period.
Use of the conference’s PowerPoint template is optional.
To find or confirm your presentation time, use the Search the Program box in the Technical Sessions program. You can search by your name.
All presenters and panelists need to be registered for the meeting.
When you first check in to the conference at the registration/help desk, please tell the person who checks you in that you are a presenter.
To upload the slides to the meeting platform:
Must be registered for the Meeting to access the platform.
Click “Manage Your Papers” in the left-hand navigation bar (under your name) and then “Attachments/Add a New Attachment.”
To add your presentation, click “Add a New Attachment,” select the Presentation Slides (Admins) attachment type, add a document name, upload the file, and click “Add New Attachment."
On the day of your session:
Arrive to your assigned room (as listed in the program) at least 15 minutes before the start of the session.
Bring your slides on your USB drive to the session room.
Provide the Chair with a brief biography for introductions.
Do not ask the Session Chair to reschedule your paper within the session. Many attendees schedule their attendance at various sessions in accordance with the order of presentations listed in the program.
Technical session rooms will have the following equipment, which must remain in the room:
LCD projector, screen, and laser pointer (LCD projectors will be able to project a resolution of 1024X576)
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