Author Presentation Instructions-Oral & Poster Papers

*Please upload your presentation files to: Presentation Submission Page 

*Deadline to submit your presentation material is April 1, 2022.
If the file size of your video is larger than 300 MB, or if you are Late News Paper presenters, please contact the secretariat of VLSI-TSA at


Thank you for your participation as authors of the 2022 VLSI-TSA Symposium. Due to the global concern around COVID-19, we are planning to have the 2022 VLSI-TSA and DAT symposia in a hybrid format, i.e., a limited number of attendees to participate in in-person meeting (mainly local people) PLUS virtual for overseas who cannot travel to Taiwan. In this regard, your presentation will be in both onsite and online. Below please read the guidelines to prepare your presentation.
  • For ORAL papers, three items must be provided:

1. Presentation File (.ppt/.pptx)
A full-length slides as presented in oral presentation. Please click here to download the presentation template for oral presentation.

2. Pre-Recorded Video (.mp4 <300MB)
A pre-recorded video presentation of the paper. The video will be made available to conference attendees during the time of Virtual Symposium. Download of the video is NOT allowed.
Duration: 15~20 min (overseas presenters); 15 min (local presenters)

3. Slides for Virtual Symposium (.pdf)
Authors can choose to submit either full (as presented in oral) or a simplified slides file (in pdf format). The slides file, in pdf format, will be posted on the conference website during the virtual conference (4/25~5/24). Download of the slides file (.pdf) is permitted for conference attendees.

  •  For POSTER papers, required materials include: 

1. Poster Presentation File (.pdf)
All poster presenters are required to submit their Poster PDF files
by April 1, 2022and no modification is allowed afterwards. The VLSI-TSA secretariat will print and post your poster at the in-person meeting. Please click here to download the poster template.

On-site poster presenters are requested to stay at the poster display area for opinion exchanges with the attendees from 12:50~13:40, April 19 at Ballroom C (10F) of the Ambassador Hotel Hsinchu. All on-site presenters need to stand by in the session room at 12:40.
2. Pre-Recorded Video (.mp4 <300MB) (for overseas presenters only)

Overseas poster presenters need to submit a pre-recorded video presentation of the paper (duration: 5 mins (3 slides maximum)). The attendees could access to your pre-recorded video presentation during the poster session.

For the video presentation template, please click here.

3. Poster file for Virtual Conference (.pdf)
Authors can choose to submit either full (as presented in poster session on-site) or a simplified poster file (in pdf format).The poster file (.pdf) will be made available to conference attendees during the virtual conference. Download of the poster files (pdf) is permitted.

  • Prepare your video presentation

Below please read the guidelines to prepare your video presentation.

Step1: Please click HERE to download the presentation template and prepare your slides.
Step 2: Have your power point ready and use the tool as follows. While displaying your slides as you talk, you can show your face through the webcam method (highly recommended and encouraged). Here are the software we suggest for you to record your presentation:
Step 3: Save your file with the naming convention: SP_presenter  
SP: Session number+ Paper number (T1-3, T2-1…); presenter- speaker name
For example, T1-3_Smith Wang (the session and paper numbers can be found from the Program menu of conference website).
Step 4: Upload your presentation material to the Presentation Submission Page.


*If the file size of your video is larger than 300 MB, or if you are Late News Paper presenters, please contact the secretariat of VLSI-TSA at
Please complete your upload no later than 23:59 (GMT+8) on April 1, 2022.


  • All files must be in MP4 Format.
  • Power point aspect ratio- 16:9
  • Video Resolution: 1080p recommended, 720p minimum
  • Use a good headset with microphone close to mouth BUT away from direct line of mouth to reduce “pops”. Avoid using your computer’s laptop’s or desktop’s built-in microphone on computer.
  • Duration
           ²Oral Paper presentation:  15~20 minutes (overseas presenters); 15 minutes (Local presenters)
    ²Poster Paper presentation: 5minutes, 3 slides maximum. (overseas presenters only)


In-person meeting (4/18-21): Q&A is conducted at the in-person meeting at Ambassador Hotel Hsinchu (except overseas presenters).

On-demand Virtual (4/25-5/24): After viewing video, attendees can reach out to you (presenter) via email.


If you have any questions, please contact the conference secretary, Ms. Caroline Huang, at