Instruction for presentations

Instruction for Oral Sessions
For Invited speakers and selected oral presentations

Speakers should note the following information

Please make sure to be in the session room and notify the conference staff at least 20 minutes before the session starts.
All speakers are requested to bring their own PC or the data on a USB memory stick for presentation.
The session rooms are equipped with a Windows laptop PC and LCD projector on which Microsoft PowerPoint is installed (OS: Windows10, Software: Microsoft PowerPoint 2010, 2013, 2016).
Slides with aspect ratio of 4:3 is recommended for presentations.

Those who bring their data in USB memory stick

Speakers who bring their presentation data by a USB memory stick are required to use the Windows format. The name of the file should be labeled with session number and their name as follows:
e.g. SY00-00_Name.ppt
Speakers are asked to submit their data to the PC desk in the session room before your assigned session starts.

Those who use their own laptop

In case the presenter use Macintosh or special software except PowerPoint 2010, 2013, 2016 for presentation, it is recommended to use their own laptop. PCs must have a display output interface with a D-sub 15-pin plug. If necessary, bring an adaptor.
To avoid unexpected problems, it is highly recommended to check the connection or compatibility of own PC with the video projector on the podium in the session room of you will present by the Coffee break / Lunch time before your presentation.

For Speakers of Joint Keynote Lectures

Speakers of Joint Keynote Lectures are requested to submit their data at the Secretariat (Room 403) by 10:00, Dec. 1.

Time Keeping (NEW!)

Allotted time for each presentation is different. So please refer to the program and caliculate the time allocation. Please be reminded all speakers including invited speakers are asked to have 3 minutes Q&A.

Time Indicator:
Last 5 minutes warning / Light of Time indicator will turn from Green to YELLOW
Last 1 minutes warning / Light of Time indicator will turn from Yellow to RED
End of Allotted time warning / RING a bell

For YIA Presenters

YIA presenters are asked to prepare a presentation data in PowerPoint format and bring the data by a USB memory stick. Please be sure to copy the data to PC in Room G (5F, Room 503) in the morning of the session date.
Data submission for YIA presentations
Open hour: Dec 2, 9:00-12:00
Place: Room G (5F, Room 503)

For Session Chairs

Please make sure to be in the session room and notify the conference staff at least 20 minutes before the session starts. We are grateful for your cooperation to respect strictly the timing assigned to the session.
Instruction for Poster Sessions

Poster Sessions will be held in Kobe International Exhibition Hall.

Each poster presentation is allotted one poster board as shown left.
All presenters for Poster Sessions are responsible for mounting and removing their own posters on the designated poster board with the pins which will be available at the Poster Room.
Any other equipment or electricity for use of image/video projection will not be provided.


  Mounting Core Time Removal
Odd Numbers Even Numbers
Poster 1 Dec. 2 (Mon.)
Dec. 2 (Mon.) 17:45-18:30 Dec. 2 (Mon.) 18:30-19:15 Dec. 4 (Wed.)
19:00 -19:30
Poster 2 Dec. 3 (Tue.) 17:45-18:30 Dec. 3 (Tue.) 18:30-19:15
Poster 3 Dec. 4 (Wed.) 17:30-18:15 Dec. 4 (Wed.) 18:15-19:00

Posters remaining after the removal due time will be removed and disposed by the Secretariat.

List of categories and presentation date is shown below.

List of Poster Categories and Session date (assigned date are marked by “✔”.)

Category No Poster 1
Dec 2
Poster 2
Dec 3
Poster 3
Dec 4
A)Sources and Products Fermented Foods and Beverages PA01    
Fruits and Vegetables PA02    
Herbs and Spices PA03    
Japanese Diet PA04    
Marine Products PA05    
Soy and Legumes PA06    
Tea, Coffee and Cocoa PA07    
Others PA08    
B) Food Factors Amino Acids PB01    
Carbohydrates PB02    
Carotenoids PB03    
Lipids PB04    
Minerals PB05    
Peptides and Proteins PB06    
Polyphenols and Antioxidants PB07    
Probiotics and Prebiotics PB08    
Sulfur Compounds PB09    
Vitamins PB10    
Others PB11    
C) Functions and Mechanisms Allergy and Immune Modulation PC01    
Anti-inflammation PC02    
Autophagy PC03    
Bioavailability and Metabolism PC04    
Bone Health PC05    
Brain Health PC06    
Cancer Chemoprevention PC07    
Cardiovascular Health PC08    
Chronobiology PC09    
Exercise and Skeletal Muscle Health PC10    
Exosome and microRNA PC11    
Gastrointestinal Health and Diseases PC12    
Metabolic Syndrome, Obesity and Diabetes PC13    
Molecular Targets of Food Factors PC14    
Nutritional Regulation of Epigenetics PC15    
Protein Modification by Food Factors PC16    
Redox Regulation PC17    
Skin Health PC18    
Others PC19    
D) Others Analytical Methods and Omics Technologies PD01    
Animal Cell Technology PD02    
Biomarkers PD03    
Epidemiology PD04    
Food Hygienics PD05    
Food Processing PD06    
R&D of Functional Foods and Nutraceuticals PD07    
Taste and Olfaction PD08    
Others PD09