Guidelines for Preparing and Delivering Oral Presentation

The duration of talks is limited to 10 minutes. Please respect the assigned duration and allow a few minutes afterwards for questions. Presenters exceeding this limit will be asked to end their presentation early.

IMPORTANT:

• Please make sure that your PowerPoint presentation is saved in a fully compatible mode with Windows 7 to avoid problems when opening your document on different computers. 
• Please arrive early on the day of your presentation (according to the Conference programme) to allow for your presentation to be transferred to the computer and tested, in order to avoid any problems.

General guidelines for PPT presentations:

• The presentation should be a .ppt or .pptx file. 
• The text of the PPT presentation should be English 
• All texts must be translated to a professional standard 
• The first slide of the PPT presentation should include the name(s) of the author(s), name(s) of mentor(s), presentation title in English, name of Faculty and University in English. Include ‘14th International Conference of Conservation and Restoration Studies, Zagreb April 20th – 22nd 2017’ at the bottom of the slide. 
• Use font size of 24 to 32 points, to allow all people in the lecture hall to be able to read your text. 
• We recommend using standard San-Serif fonts, Arial, Times New Roman, Verdana, Tahoma etc., which are also easiest to read and allow for better sharing and opening on different computers. We also recommend using the same type of font, and being consistent in using different font sizes for titles and text. 
• We recommend a consistent background colour throughout the presentation. Be it light or dark, pay attention to the colour of your text so to achieve good contrast, and allow for easier reading. 
• Photographs should be of adequate resolution, follow the topic of the slide and help illustrate what the speaker is saying. 
• Include References/Bibliography on the slide before last. 
• Save the last slide for acknowledgements, and include the author’s contact e-mail.

Useful advice:

• The presentation should include: 
    > Introduction (introducing the speaker and the topic of the presentation) 
    > Overview of the contents of the presentation/talk 
    > Elaboration of the topic 
    > Conclusion/summary 
    > References/Bibliography 
    > Acknowledgement 
• At the beginning of the presentation it is recommended to give a short overview of the contents of the presentation/talk. List only the main parts, and follow them in order. 
• The text on the slides should be reduced to the essential, and written as notes, not full sentences. Include 4-5 notes per slide and left alignment. 
• We recommend going through 1-2 slides per minute of presentation. 
• Use graphs instead of numeric tables, as they are more comprehensive and descriptive. Be sure to include a title. 
• Don’t overdo it with animations. 
• Don’t overflow the slide with information. 
• Engage the audience with content, not animations and presentation style.

We kindly ask that you respect the guidelines.

Oral Presentation Application

Oral presentation application must contain the following:

• Filled-up application form for oral presentation; 
• High-resolution picture(s) of the author(s) in *.jpg file format.

Presentation application has to be submitted via e-mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. Subject: "Application for oral presentation". The completed application and the photo(s) of the author(s) should be added in attachment.

APPLICATION FORM

The application form must be completed in English. Please make sure that the text is translated to a professional standard, as it will be published on the conference website and in the printed Conference Abstract Book.

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The application form should be emailed in a *.doc or *.docx file format (please do not convert it to a *.pdf). The document should be named in the following manner: SURNAME_Name.doc or SURNAME_Name.docx 
Example: JURIC_Jure.doc

Do not use letters with diacritic signs in names of documents! (ex. č, ć, đ, á, é, ý, ď, ě, ř, š, ž etc.)

PICTURE

The photo must show the face, not the figure, of the author, or authors, if the presentation is a collective work.

The picture(s) should be named in the same manner: SURNAME_Name.jpg. (ex. JURIC_Jure.jpg)

Do not use letters with diacritic signs in names of documents! (ex. č, ć, đ, á, é, ý, ď, ě, ř, š, ž etc.)

Updated January 30, 2018 (Sagita Mirjam Sunara) 

Poster Application and Submission

Students applying to the conference with a poster must fill out a poster application. The number of posters is not limited.

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A poster application must contain the following:

• poster title in English 
• name(s) of author(s) • name(s) of mentor(s) and academic title in English (i.e. Assoc. Professor, Assis. Professor, etc.) 
• name of name of institution, name of department, field of specialization in English 
• poster abstract in English (max. 1200 characters with spaces) 
• short biography of author(s) in English (max. 500 characters with spaces)

Please send the poster application to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

The application should be sent in.doc or .docx format.

IMPORTANT:

• Do not use letters with diacritic signs in names of documents! (ex. č, ć, đ, ř, ž etc.) 
• The poster text must be in English. 
• Deadlines for submitting poster applications is April 1, 2019

We kindly ask that you respect the assigned deadlines.

General guidelines for posters:

• Poster dimensions should be 100 x 70 cm. The poster should be positioned vertically (portrait). 
• The poster text is in English.
• Include the poster title, author(s), mentor(s), name of institution, name of department, field of specialization and e-mail address of contact person on top of the poster. 
• Include '16th International Conference of Conservation-Restoration Studies, Dubrovnik April 11th - 13th, 2019' at the bottom of the poster. 
• The poster must be comprehensive and legible at a 2 m distance, so keep in mind the type and size of fonts. • Photographs should be clear and sharp, with adequate resolution. We recommend putting a black frame around the pictures, of about 2 mm thickness. • Do not use endnotes or footnotes. Mark the notes with square brackets and list them at the end of the text. • All posters will be displayed in frames, covered with glass, so take that into account. • While listing references, stick to the following guidelines:

Book 
SURNAME, Name, Book title : subtitle, publication information, place of publication : publisher, year of publication

for two or more authors: 
SURNAME 1, Name 1; Name 2 SURNAME 2; Name 3 SURNAME 3, Book title : subtitle, publication information, place of publication : publisher, year of publication

Paper in publication 
SURNAME, Name, "Paper title : subtitle", Title of publication, volume/year, issue, editor, place of publication : publisher, year of publication, pages first-last

Paper in on-line publication or on web page 
(SURNAME, Name), "Document title", Name of web page / Title of on-line publication, (editor), complete URL (<http://...>), date of publication and/or date of accessing

For other examples of listing references, see guidelines for full papers.

Useful advice: 

• Posters should be structured as scientific work, which means the text should have a title, introduction, elaboration of topic (methodology, discussion of results), conclusion and list of references/bibliography. 
• If necessary, include acknowledgements. 
• Use the space efficiently, but do not crowd the poster with pictures or text. There is no need to show every detail of your work, as poster authors are going to have a short oral presentation. 
• Choose an appropriate background colour. Be it light or dark, pay attention to the colour of your text so to achieve good contrast, and allow for easier reading. 
• Use vivid colours only to emphasize. Don’t use more than two fonts. Don’t use capital letters. 
• Titles and subtitles should be larger than the body of the text, but not disproportionately. Be consistent in text formatting. 
• Add numbers to pictures.

IMPORTANT:

• The poster text must be in English. 
• Authors are required to secure funds for printing the posters themselves. 
• The frames for poster presentation will be supplied by the organizers. 
• The posters will be put up on the April 20th and taken down on the April 22nd. During this time and in between talks, the authors should stay close to the posters and be available to answer questions by the participants. Poster presentations will be scheduled in the conference programme. 
• The deadline for sending finished posters in digital format for publication on the conference website is April 7th, 2019
• The finished poster should be sent in .pdf format. 
• The finished poster should be sent to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Ideas for Free Time

Free entrance with accreditation:

- ship to island Lokrum

- a cable car that leads to the top of the mountain Srđ

- DUM (Dubrovnik museums)

- Art gallery Dubrovnik

- Dulčić Masle Pulitika Gallery

- Atelier Pulitika

Where to Eat

In the subsection "Kako do nas?", there are restaurants and other food facilites marked on the map.

You can also find them here.

Accommodation

You can find accommodation here:

How to Reach Us

Conference Venue

16th International Conference of Conservation-Restoration Studies will be held on Campus of University in Dubrovnik.

Address of Campus is Ulica Branitelja Dubrovnika 41.

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Organizing Committee

Organizers of 16th International Conference of Conservation-Restoration Studies in Dubrovnik are:

Tanja Dujaković (assistant)
Marta Kotlar (assistant)
Lucija Roce (assistant)

Vatroslav Čižmek (student)
Alma Juliana Dilberović (student)
Lovro Ladić (student)
Antonia Kunjašić (student)
Anton Glasnović (student)
Ante Šimunović (student)
Sara Vladić (student)
Domenika Krasan (student)
Karmen Đanić (student)
Maja Bačić (student)
Viktorija Pilon (student)
Mihaela Benčić (student)
Ivan Gnječ (student)
Vasilija Todorović (student)
Valnea Viktorija Gjivić (student)
Dora Mihaljević (student)
Denis Alilović (student)
Karmen Rihter (student)
Marino Mislav Pejčinović (student)
Ira Fabrio (student)
Barbara Butigan (student)

16th INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE OF CONSERVATION-RESTORATION STUDIES, DUBROVNIK 2019

UNIVERSITY OF DUBROVNIK
Department of Art and Restoration
Branitelja Dubrovnika 41, 20 000 Dubrovnik, Croatia

 

16th International Conference of Conservation-Restoration Studies
Dubrovnik, from April 11 - 13, 2019

 

CALL FOR PARTICIPATION

 

On behalf of the Department of Art and Restoration of the University of Dubrovnik, we would like to invite you to be part of the Sixteenth International Conference of Conservation-Restoration Studies, scheduled to take place from April 11 -13,  2019 (Thursday, Friday and Saturday), in Dubrovnik, Croatia. The objective of the Conference is to present practical and research projects carried out by students of conservation and restoration, alongside their teachers and other practicing professionals.

The Conference is open to students from all specializations in conservation and restoration, regardless of their year of study. Students can present their work in the form of oral presentation (with a PPT presentation) or a poster display.

This year's official language of the Conference is English. The Conference is open to the public.

 

Due dates:

Application for oral presentation: March 21, 2019
Application for poster presentation: April 1, 2019
Submission of the full text of the oral presentation: April 4, 2019
Submission of the PPT presentation: April 8, 2019
Posters in digital format: April 7th, 2019

Guidelines for both oral and poster presentations will soon be available under the tab FOR AUTHORS. 

 

Contact

For any questions please feel free to contact us at: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

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Looking forward to see you in Dubrovnik!

Students and teachers of the Department of Art and Restoration

 

 

Published on February 28, 2019