Remember that your presentation is about getting input on your project, it is not about becoming famous (that may happen later, when you get your Nobel prize ;-). The computer science community is expanding, so it will take some time and persistance to make your name and your ideas known. Keep in mind that you have usually between 20 and 25 minutes for your presentation, with 10 to 5 min left for discussion. This is handled very rigidly so practicing/timing is crucial. Discussion is maybe the most important part of your presentation: you can gather information, convince skeptics, and also establish contact with other people. So, try to think up hypothetical questions and answers to them; it's also a good idea to know related work.
Springer has partnered with Copyright Clearance Center's RightsLink service to offer a variety of options for reusing Springer content. For permission to reuse our content please locate the material that you wish to use on or on and click on the permissions link or go to , then enter the title of the publication that you wish to use. For assistance in placing a permission request, Copyright Clearance Center can be connected directly via phone: +1-855-239-3415, fax: +1-978-646-8600, or e-mail: [email protected]