12th Autism-Europe Congress
Autisme Europe
Autisme France
13-15 septembre 2019
Acropolis - Nice - France
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Avis aux francophones:

Nous rappelons que la langue principale du congrès est l'anglais et que tous les supports écrits (diaporama, posters) doivent être rédigés en anglais. Dans le cas d'une présentation orale, nous vous encourageons à faire votre présentation orale en anglais, mais parler français est possible si vous pensez qu'il vous sera trop difficile de fournir des explications claires en anglais. Vous devez absolument prévenir l'organisation du congrès si vous souhaitez parler français afin que les interprètes soient préparés et leur fournir le texte prononcé à l'avance. Le reste des instructions ci-dessous est donc rédigé en Anglais.

Information for Symposia

  • Before designing your presentation, please read and apply as much as possible Autism Europe guidelines for speaking about autism on: https://www.autismeurope.org/about-autism/acceptable-language/.
  • The main language of the congress is English. You are encouraged to make your oral presentation in English, but French is possible if you think that it will be too difficult for you to provide clear explanations in English. Presentation in Spanish is not allowed. If you wish to speak French, please send a mail to alexandra.boband@eventime-group.com, so that we can inform the session chair and the interpreters in advance.
  • Text written on your slides shall be written in English to be understood by most delegates, even if you are speaking French.
  • All authors are required to disclose their sources of contributed support (commercial, public, or private foundation grants). Authors are also required to signify whether there may be a real or perceived conflict of interest. Disclosures must take place at the time of presentation (both orally and in writing).
  • Please send a draft of your presentation, or the script of your presentation no later than July 31st to alexandra.boband@eventime-group.com, for our interpreters. It is important for the quality of the translation that they can study your vocabulary before the congress. The interpreters are bound by professional secrecy and the interveners can rest assured that their work will not be divulged outside the places where they are intended to be presented.
  • If you are using slides, please go to the Speaker Preview Room at least 2 hour prior to your session to upload them with the technician. You will not be able to upload presentations in the room where your session is happening!
  • The slides should be in a Power Point file. With a standard size ratio (16/9). The default ratio in power Point is 4/3.
  • Please go to your session room at the start of the whole session in which you are presenting. Do not just turn up in time for your presentation, or the Chairperson will not know you have arrived and will skip your presentation. For example, if the session is from 12.00 pm until 13.20 pm, but your presentation slot is 12.40 pm, you will still need to arrive before 12.00 pm to ensure you keep your slot!
  • Please notify the Chair-person and Autisme France staff that you have arrived for your session. The Autisme France staff member will be wearing a black T-shirt and a blue scarf.
  • You will have 20 minutes in total for your presentation with 15 minutes presentation time and 5 minutes for questions at the end. Please plan your presentation in advance to respect your allocated time. The Chair person will let you know one or two minutes before the end, and will not allow you to overrun. 

Information for Oral Communications

  • Before designing your presentation, please read and apply as much as possible Autism Europe guidelines for speaking about autism on: https://www.autismeurope.org/about-autism/acceptable-language/.
  • The main language of the congress is English. You are encouraged to make your oral presentation in English, but French is possible if you think that it will be too difficult for you to provide clear explanations in English. Presentation in Spanish is not allowed. If you wish to speak French, please send a mail to alexandra.boband@eventime-group.com, so that we can inform the session chair and the interpreters in advance.
  • Text written on your slides shall be written in English to be understood by most delegates, even if you are speaking French.
  • All authors are required to disclose their sources of contributed support (commercial, public, or private foundation grants). Authors are also required to signify whether there may be a real or perceived conflict of interest. Disclosures must take place at the time of presentation (both orally and in writing).
  • Please send a draft of your presentation, or the script of your presentation no later than July 31st to alexandra.boband@eventime-group.com, for our interpreters. It is important for the quality of the translation that they can study your vocabulary before the congress. The interpreters are bound by professional secrecy and the interveners can rest assured that their work will not be divulged outside the places where they are intended to be presented.
  • If you are using slides, please go to the Speaker Preview Room at least 2 hour prior to your session to upload them with technician. the You will not be able to upload presentations in the room where your session is happening!
  • The slides should be in a Power Point file. With a standard size ratio (16/9). The default ratio in power Point is 4/3.
  • Please go to your session room at the start of the whole session in which you are presenting. Do not just turn up in time for your presentation, or the Chairperson will not know you have arrived and will skip your For example, if the session is from 12.00 pm until 13.20 pm, but your presentation slot is 12.40 pm, you will still need to arrive before 12.00 pm to ensure you keep your slot!
  • Please notify the Chair-person and Autisme France staff that you have arrived for your session. The Autisme France staff member will be wearing a black T-shirt and a blue scarf.
  • You will have 15 minutes in total for your presentation with 10 minutes presentation time and 5 minutes for questions at the end. Please plan your presentation in advance to respect your allocated time. The Chair person will let you know one or two minutes before the end, and will not allow you to overrun. 

Information for delegates bringing posters

  • Before designing your poster, please read and apply as much as possible Autism Europe guidelines for speaking about autism on : https://www.autismeurope.org/about-autism/acceptable-language/.
  • You are responsible for printing, bringing and putting up your own poster.
  • The poster text shall be written in English, so that to be understood by all.
  • The posters will be attached with Velcro which will be distributed on the poster area.
  • Posters must be A0 size as an absolute maximum, and in portrait orientation – that is: 119cm high x 84 cm wide.
  • There will be five poster sessions: one around lunch time and one in the afternoon on the Friday and on the Saturday, and one session on the Sunday morning.
  • When you go to the detailed program, you will see that posters have been grouped into topic areas and are allocated a Poster Number. This is different to the abstract ID number. Your abstract number indicates the day of your presentation (FRI, SAT or SUN), the session number (1 for the morning session and 2 for the afternoon session) and the panel number. Exemple : FRI01-12 for Friday, morning session, panel 12. You should remain by your poster during the whole session so that you can answer delegates’ questions.
  • If your poster is assigned to a morning session, please put your poster in place as soon as possible in the morning and at least one hour before the beginning of your session. You will have to remove it immediately at the end of your session to leave place for other presenters in the afternoon session.
  • If your poster is assigned to an afternoon session, please put your poster in place as soon as possible after the end of the morning session, and at least one hour before the beginning of your session. You will have to remove it at the end of the session to leave place for the next day.

 

  • If you don’t see your poster on the list, please contact us urgently on : alexandra.boband@eventime-group.com
  • Suggestions :
    • Bring one-page handouts of your poster and business cards with your details and a method of attaching them to the poster
    • Provide a notepad so that interested readers can leave their contact detail
    • You may provide a QR codes on your poster linking to your contact details, full paper if any, pdf of the poster etc.

 

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Comité scientifique

Comité Scientifique

Chair :
Prof. Frédérique
Bonnet-Brilhault
Prof. Sven Bölte
Mme. Stéfany Bonnot-Briey
Prof. Tony Charman
Dr. James Cusack
Dr. Djea Saravane
Dr. Donata Vivanti
Prof. Eric Willaye
Prof. Monica Zilbovicius

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