October 24 - 29, 2010 | Salt Lake City, Utah, USA

Presenter Information
» Audio Visual Equipment:

All of the projectors in all meeting rooms will be equipped with a projector with a minimum native resolution of 1024 X 768. Each room is equipped with a "state of the art", industry standard, Barco/Folsom scaler (interpolator) that will handle a maximum resolution of 1920 X 1200.

We will have switched connections for presentations from laptops.

In addition each room will have a standalone Windows Pro 7 PC with MS Office 2010, IE browser, CDRW drive, 2GB RAM.

Presenters are encouraged to bring their own laptop (with video adapter if your laptop does not have standard HD15 connector) for panels, papers and presentations. For speakers not bringing their own laptops, the best options for basic Microsoft PowerPoint presentations are to bring along a portable USB drive or burn the presentation file onto a CD along with any necessary software plug-ins. Time will be available the evening previous to your presentation to load your presentation onto the actual PC you will be using, with time to check for any movie/sound link issues. A switchbox will be available at each lectern for multiple machine connections.

Presenters are expected to arrive to their session 15 minutes early to meet their session chair and receive final instructions.

» Slide Templates:

You may use either the dark background templates or light background templates.

IEEE VisWeek Templates (For all Vis, InfoVis, and VAST sessions, especially Tutorials, Workshops, Panels etc, which cover all 3 conferences) Dark Light Both (as zip file)
Visualization Templates (For Vis sessions) Dark Light Both (as zip file)
Information Visualization Templates (For InfoVis sessions) Dark Light Both (as zip file)
VAST Templates (For VAST sessions) Dark Light Both (as zip file)

The templates are also compatible with OpenOffice for users of GNU/Linux and other operating systems.

Important Dates

VisWeek 2010
Sunday, October 24 - Friday, October 29, 2010

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