Last updated on 29 July, 2009.


Oral sessions will be held in the conference rooms A, B, C, D, and E. The time for oral presentations will be 20 minutes (15 min. presentation + 5min. discussion), 30 minutes (23 min. presentation + 7 min. discussion) or 40 minutes (30 min. presentation + 10 min. discussion). A PC projector will be available. We would appreciate it if the presenter could use his/her own Laptop PC, by connecting it to the PC projector having 4 switching channels for D-sub 15 connector (VGA connector). The presenter is strongly advised to check the proper connection to the projector before the session.

If the presenter needs to use a backup PC in the conference room, please contact the operator in advance. The backup PC is installed following applications: Windows XP/PowerPoint 2007, Adobe Acrobat (version 8) (Japanese language version). The file(s) for presentation must be supplied by a Windows formatted USB flash memory or a CD-ROM. If speakers need to use an overhead projector (OHP) for his/her presentation, please contact the Joint AIRAPT-22 & HPCJ-50 Secretariat as early as possible.

We could not accept a request to use any other projector such as slide and / or video projector.


Poster sessions will be held in the foyer, 3rd floor of the conference venue. The size of the poster board is 90 cm (width)×180 cm (height).The posters are grouped into three sessions (28P, 29P and 30P) and listed in the scientific program. 28P will be viewed on Tuesday from 14:00 to 15:40, 29P on Wednesday from 14:00 to 15:40 and 30P on Thursday from 14:00 to 15:40. Every poster presenter will be kindly requested to set up their poster with the supplied pushpins before 13:00 for their corresponding poster session.The authors should be present at their posters during the session. The poster should be dismounted before 18:00.

C) Student Poster Awards

Poster awards will be made at the joint AIRAPT-22 and HPCJ-50 to the students who display and present their work most effectively in the poster sessions. Eligible posters should be labelled with a “Poster Award Entry” mark, which will be available at the registration desk in the poster presentation hall. Two winners will be selected from each of the three poster sessions by a selection committee consisting of the HPCJ council members and the AIRAPT advisory members. Awards will be presented to all six winners at the closing session on Friday 31, July.