Guidelines for Authors

Sessions - Oral presentations

All SPEAKERS are kindly asked to be present at the lecture hall at least 15 minutes before the session to upload the presentation to the main computer (.ppt(x) file format is preferable). Please bring your presentation saved on pendrive. If you request to present from your own computer, contact us at (it is possible ONLY through HDMI or USB-C if you’re using Macbook).

The format of Young Investigator talks is 12 minutes for a talk + 3 minutes for questions. The indicated times are obligatory and we kindly request presenting authors to pay particular attention to stay within these frames.


Flashtalk is a session encompassing highlights of poster submission. If you have been selected to deliver a FlashTalk, please prepare a 1,5 minutes summary of the material presented subsequently during the poster session. The presentation should contain max. 3 slides. For example, it could consist of Intro, Results, Summary/ Conclusions. 

All flashtalk presenters are requested to submit their presentations to the organizers ( before the latest on the 20th of April. Preferable format of the presentation is .ppt/.pptx and no animations are allowed. FlashTalks will be delivered on the 25th of April (Thursday) at 10:00, immediately after the Opening Ceremony of Neuronus 2024 Neuroscience Forum.


All POSTER PRESENTERS are kindly asked to prepare posters in A0 size (ca. 80 cm x 120 cm) in a vertical (portrait) orientationPlease find a number of the session and a unique number assigned to your poster below and in the Book of Abstracts (available soon on our website). 

Conference staff will help you to attach your poster to the stand (stickers will be provided). All poster sessions will be held in the Exhibition Room. Please dismantle your poster after your session to make the stands available for the next session. Thank you for your cooperation!

Only authors with pre-doctoral status and present during the time for questions and discussion will be eligible for awards.

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