LabPhon 13
The 13th Conference on Laboratory Phonology

Stuttgart, Germany, July 27-29, 2012

Information for presenters

Information for oral presentations

Every presenter of a regular accepted oral paper* has 15 min for her/his presentation followed by 5 min for questions from the audience.

(*note: this does not concern invited talks and debates)

All invited talks are allocated 30 minutes followed by 10 min for discussion.

Debate sessions are allocated 70 minutes in total.

Please make sure to bring your presentation in a readable format: ppt, odp, sxi, or as a pdf file on a USB flash drive. Please do also check in advance whether all your audio files and other multi media clips you wish to use are included on the USB flash drive.

We will provide a laptop with Windows and Microsoft Office, Open office as well as Acrobat Reader in the presentation room. Connection possibilites: USB, CD/DVD. It will be connected to the auditorium's audio system — usage of audio files will be possible.

In case you prefer to use your own laptop, please bring all necessary cables and/or switches that might be needed to connect it to our overhead projector (especially for Mac users). However, we strongly advise you to also bring your presentation in a readable format on a USB flash drive, since we cannot guarantee your laptop is compatible with our on-site equipment.

The technical assistants will be there to assist you and check your presentations 10 minutes ahead of every oral and invited session + additionally during the morning poster sessions on all conference days.

Contact person: Natalie Lewandowski (general issues regarding regular oral presentations; and Wolfgang Wokurek and the technical assistants (presentation/laptop test, technical problems on-site;

Information for poster presentations

The poster boards are 1,20m wide and 1,50m high.

Please prepare posters either in A0 landscape OR A0 portrait format — both formats will fit on the poster boards.

Materials for attaching the posters to the boards will be provided by us.

Please check the conference program to find more information about the scheduled time of your poster session and make sure to arrive a little in advance in order to attach the poster to the board before your scheduled session.

Please bear in mind that there might be more than one poster session the day you present, so you are kindly asked to avoid placing your poster too early and also make sure it is taken down after your session ends.

Contact person: Katrin Schneider from the Local Committee (

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