Speaker Resources and Guidelines

Important Dates

  • October 8th: Draft Paper Due 
  • October 29th: Final Paper & Copyright Form Due
  • November 17th: Final Accept/Reject Notification
  • November 22nd: Speaker Confirmation Forms and Registration Due
  • December 15th: Draft Slides/Poster Presentation Due
  • January 14th: Final Slides/Poster and Video Recording Due

Full Paper Guidelines

  • Use our templates to meet formatting requirements below. Your paper must comply with the following specifications:
  • Paper Length: Approximately 8 pages
  • Paper Size: US Letter (8.5″ x 11″)
  • Fonts: Embed ALL fonts in your PDF file. Avoid the use of Type 3 fonts.
  • File Format: Adobe PDF (.pdf)
  • Allowed File Size: 5.0MB
  • Do NOT page number your paper
  • Do NOT apply security settings to your PDF file.
  • Note: Deviations from the above paper specifications could impede the review of your paper and result in rejection.

Presentation Templates

Please use the following templates to prepare your presentation for DVCon U.S.

Guidelines For All Presentations

  • DVCon U.S. template should be used for all presentations (see template link above)
  • Supported formats are .ppt, .pptx or .mp4
  • Please do not change the footer text except for the page number.
  • Company/ or university name and/or logo may only appear on the title (first slide) page.
  • Offer your slides in the format of a pre-recorded presentation, including embedded voice-over and slide show timings.

Guidelines For Posters

  • DVCon U.S. template should be used for all posters (see template link above)
  • Supported formats are .ppt, .pptx or .mp4
  • Please do not change the header and footer text.
  • Company/ or university name and/or logo may only appear at the bottom of the poster.
  • Offer your poster in the format of a pre-recorded presentation, including embedded voice-over.

Pre-recorded Presentations

All speakers at DVCon U.S. should deliver the slides as pre-recorded session.

NOTE:

Please contact the chair of your session (i.e. technical program chair, tutorial chair or poster chair) on the exact length of your recording and deadline for the submission.

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