Icône micro

For all oral conferences

Your presentation must be in English.
Your presentation support must be saved as PowerPoint or PDF format on a USB key.

If you want to use particular formats such as video, sending your presentation in advance is mandatory. We invite you to load your presentation before the beginning of your session, half a day before your presentation on the computer of your conference room.
To avoid any technical bug and too long installation time, it is mandatory to use only the computer at your disposal. It will not be possible to use your personal computer.

A remote control with laser pointer will be at your disposal.

Icône keynote


You will have 40 minutes to realize your presentation.
(30 minutes of presentation + 10 minutes of question)

Icône regular talk

Oral communication

You will have 15 minutes to realize your presentation.
(12 minutes of presentation + 3 minutes of question)

Icône poster

Poster (display and flash oral presentation)

Your poster will be presented in two different ways:
A classic poster displayed for the duration of the congress.
A flash oral presentation of your poster will be given during the conference. You will have 5 minutes (3 minutes for the presentation + 2 minutes for questions). You will have the possibility to prepare a powerpoint of maximum 4 slides to accompany your presentation. The presentation must be in English.

Your poster should be printed in A0 format (84.1 cm x 118.9 cm).
With a portrait orientation (in English).
It is not possible to print your poster on site.
Thank you for hanging your poster the first morning of the conference, Tuesday, May 14th, as soon as you arrive at the congress. Thus, everyone will be able to watch it during the breaks and the poster session.
Please pick up your poster on the last day of the conference, Friday June 16th, the remaining posters will not be retained.




Société Française de Génie des Procédés
(French Chemical Engineering Society)

TRACER 9 is organized with the support of the Working Group on Computational Fluid Dynamics, an official Working Group from the IWA (International Water Association) Modelling & Integrated Assessment (MIA) Specialist Group