The Web Conference 2024 features primarily in-person presentations. Most of these presentations will also be live-streamed via Zoom and Whova for the benefit of remote attendees.

Oral Presentation

A subset of papers will be presented orally. A standard presentation is allocated 12 minutes presentation and 3 minutes Q&A.

Upon application during registration and subsequent approval by the organizers, a remote speaker may present live via Zoom.

The full schedule as well as the Zoom links will be posted on Whova.

Physical Poster

All papers in the Research, Industry, Web4Good, Short Papers tracks are required to have a physical poster, to be presented during one of the scheduled poster sessions.

The poster sessions are themed. To facilitate this, you are required to use a specific template, which can be found in this folder, according to the track of your paper. In addition, if your application for artifact badging has been approved, you may feature this Artifact Available badge on your poster.

Each paper will be allocated one side of a poster panel. The size of each panel is 2m (height) x 1m (width). We advise you to prepare up to A0-sized poster (84.1 cm x 118.9 cm or 33.1 inches x 46.8 inches) with portrait orientation.

You are expected to bring your poster with you as you travel to the conference. Alternatively, the conference offers a local poster printing service for a fee, which you may access at this link. Organizer will bring the posters on-site.

Remote presenters still need to make arrangements to put up a physical poster on-site, as well as to pursue engagement with attendees on Whova (more below).


Digital Poster

As The Web Conference 2024 caters to both physical and virtual attendees, in addition to physical poster, we also require each paper to have a digital poster equivalent. This is done via the Artifact Center on Whova. This ensures a wider visibility of your poster both to in-person and virtual attendees. It also supports engagement via voting and Q&A.

After author registrations, poster presenters will be enrolled into Whova and receive an email to set up their Poster artifact. Please refer to Whova Artifact Center Presenter Guide.


For each demo, we will be provisioning a small table and a poster board on-site during the designated session. You should prepare a live demo on your own laptop, and prepare for contingencies such as lack of power or limited Internet connectivity. The same requirements as above for the physical and digital posters apply, including a specific poster template for demos.