Where will the conference be held?
The “KAUST Workshop on Organic Semiconductors and Flexible Electronics” will take place at King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (KAUST), in the Library Seaview Atrium, Level 2
KAUST is located in Thuwal, which is one hour north of Jeddah. Jeddah's King Abdulaziz International Airport (JED) is accessible from many main international flight hubs, including Frankfurt, London, New York and Washington D.C.
How can I get detailed information about the workshop?
The detailed information about workshop will be available on this website, stay tuned. You may also email firstname.lastname@example.org for specific questions.
Is there a business center at the conference venue?
Yes, KAUST Library is open 24 hours and offers workstations and a quiet space for work and study. Wi-Fi is also accessible across the KAUST campus.
Will my photo be taken?
Photos may be taken throughout the event which may be used on our website or other KAUST social media. If you have any objections to your image being used, please ensure you advise the registration team.
How do I register for the workshop?
KAUST students, researchers and staff will be required to sign up in advance.
When is the poster session?
The poster session will be held on Tuesday, Oct 11th at the University Library.
What is the guideline for the poster session?
Presenters are expected to be by their posters during the poster session to answer questions from judges and attendees.
These instructions are written for PowerPoint, but are applicable to any other software you may wish to use. Use PowerPoint 2007 or newer, and set the dimensions of your poster to: LANDSCAPE: 140cm width x 73cm height ((width: 55.0in x height: 28.5in).
A number of pages (slides): one.
Make sure your text and background have a large contrast (dark lettering on a light background or the reverse).
The monitors are full high definition and therefore the letters on-screen look nice and smooth. It’s generally advised though, that for electronic posters to be read on-screen, a minimum 24-28 point size (or bigger) for body text fonts is used, to ensure optimal legibility from the usual distance of 3-5 ft. A little larger text (e.g.: of up to 32 pt size) might also be a good idea as it will provide a comfortable reading from an even larger distance, such as up to 8 ft.