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1.Oral / poster presentations

Oral sessions: Each session will consist of 4-5 presentations and each presentation will be allocated with 12~15 minutes, followed by a joint discussion period of 20 minutes. Each meeting room is equipped with a Windows  computer(with Office ) and a data/video projector.
Poster sessions: Poster sessions will take place on November 2. Poster presenters are requested to attend the whole designated session to discuss your work. The poster size is limited to a maximum of 120 cm in height and 90 cm(A0 size) in width and no restriction given to the color and format of a poster. The length of a poster text should be limited within 2000 words. Poster hanging equipment will be provided by the conference organizers.

2.Why was my paper rejected?

A: There may be many reasons why a proposal was rejected. It is possible that the readers did not feel the proposal made a contribution to the field, or that it was one of several proposals on the same topic. It is possible that the proposal did not follow submission guidelines in some way. Unfortunately, due to the high volume of submissions, the Program Committee cannot respond to inquiries about rejections.

3.Can I change the name of my paper, after it is submitted?

A: Yes. Please contact administration at  tera@mail.nsysu.edu.tw prior to the specified deadline for changes and corrections.Note that your title can change, the content of the paper must continue to be consistent with the proposal submitted.

4. Can I present a paper that has already been, or will be, presented at another conference?

A: It is expected that any paper presented at the TERA-GACC2024 Conference is original and has not been previously presented. Presenting material that has been accepted for publication in a journal, but which has not gone to print before the conference, is acceptable.

5. Can I substitute a different paper after my paper has been accepted?

A: No. Your paper was judged and accepted on the merits of the proposal. You cannot substitute something different after your proposal has been accepted.