Main Track Papers

To check the time slot that has been assigned to your paper, you can visit the IoT Conference Website.

  • Both, on site and online participants will have 20 minutes to present their paper, followed by 10 minutes for discussion.
  • If you are participating online, we strongly recommend having a video backup, in case there are any technical difficulties. However, we expect to see you and hear your talk “live” at the designated time.
  • Please send us your  presentation materials (slides) by November 5th using the following Form

Poster & Demo Sessions

As part of the poster & demo sessions, we will be running a one-minute madness session which includes a 1-minute video summary of your poster or demo at the beginning of the session on the 9th of November.  Please prepare your 1-min madness video and send it to Konrad Diwold (email: ) by November 5th. 1-min madness video preparation:
1.           Must NOT exceed 1 min.
2.           Must NOT include copyrighted images, sounds, or video segments.

Poster session at the conference
Both poster sessions will be hosted via Zoom. Please make sure you arrive by the start of the session – a reminder with the session you present in and a respective zoom link will be sent to you next week. Each poster/demo submission will receive a dedicated timeslot of 10 minutes to present their demo/poster. Once all posters/demos are presented we will have time for specific questions from the audience regarding the demos/posters.

Virtual poster formatting
In order to make the poster readable by all attendees, please DO NOT format it in a standard poster-sized canvass. Instead, prepare a 1 slide summary of your material that is readable, with optional backup slides to discuss specific details of the work. Both local and remote attendees will present their poster using this format (either remote from their computer or from a computer provided at the venue) via Zoom.

On-site posters
If you are physically attending the conference in St. Gallen feel free to bring a physical copy of your poster along (in a standard-sized canvas format), there will be a dedicated space for you to place your poster and discuss it with other attendees during the conference.