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We are pleased to announce that I-CubeX are sponsoring CMMR2015, providing prizes for the best student paper awards which will be announced on Friday 19th June.

All early-bird registration and paper revisions are now complete and the program is going to press. A preliminary electronic program has been released online.

For late registrations, please note that the boat trip is now fully booked, but places on the banquet dinner are still available.

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Presentation Instructions

CMMR 2015 is entirely plenary - there are no parrallel sessions. Authors should consult the program and take a note of the venue and time of their session.

Oral presentation instructions

Oral presentations are strictly 20 minutes, allowing for 5 minutes of questions and a further 5 minutes for continued questions whilst the next presentation is set up, in each 30 minute slot. Please arrive 30 minutes before the session starts to introduce yourself to the session chair and check that there are no technical problems with your presentation materials.  A PC will be provided for PDF presentations and internet connection for streaming audio and video materials (please do not use embedded media for playback examples, use instead streaming from youtube, vimeo, soundcloud etc); otherwise presenters may use their own laptops (connectors are VGA for video and 3.5mm phono jack for audio). 

Poster presentation instructions

Poster sessions are held in The House Foyer (where registration is conducted) during all breaks in the oral presentations. Each program includes several coffee breaks and catered lunches.

For the poster presentation, a board 1.20 m wide by 1.90 m high will be provided (up to an A0 portrait format is suitable for the poster). Include the title, author(s) and affiliation at the top of the poster. Please note that the poster may be read from a few metres from the poster board - make sure you use fonts which are large enough. It is essential to present the work, and the results obtained, in a clear and concise format. The use of graphics and bullet-points is usually more successful than detailed text and equations (which can be more effectively read in the proceedings).

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