Bit's 5th New Energy Forum-2015
★ Participant Guideline

Why should speak
● Network and exchange ideas with other professionals
● Work with a targeted audience
● Raise your profile as a professional in new energy fields
● Influence the future trends of low carbon through sharing your unique ideas and perspective
● Have the unique opportunity to seal your corporate and academic presence
● Build your comprehensive network


Speakers are carefully selected to represent range of experience, personalities, ideologies, and views. These speakers will be experts who have demonstrated innovative research and have achieved success in their field. If you would like to submit a proposal to give a presentation or display a poster at the conference, please send an abstract and a brief 3-5 sentence summary of your proposed topic by email to


Speaker roles
● Keynote Speakers
Keynote speakers present during the first session of the forum and receive the highest billing in all event marketing. Their role is to open the forum with an influential speech that sets the tone for the whole event.
● Chair
A chair's role is to make opening remarks at the start of the session or symposium, to introduce each speaker, field questions from the audience (asking a few of their own if there are none from the floor), and keeping the session on time. Chairmen will be asked to make announcements to delegates and to remain on or near the stage throughout the day.
● Session speaker
Individual speakers are required to prepare a 20-25 minutes presentation with slides. They will be introduced by the chair, and then allowed to speak for the allocated time slot, allowing 5-10 minutes for questions from the audience at the end of their time.
● Panelist
Panel speakers are not required to provide PowerPoint slides for their session. They may provide papers for the delegates to read, which will be inserted into the forum proceedings. They will be introduced by the panel moderator and asked a few questions. They will then be involved in an interactive debate with the moderator, other panel members, and the audience.
● Moderator
Panel moderators are required to introduce each panelist, and ask them a series of prepared questions. They must also encourage participation from the audience, and field questions from the floor. They are responsible for keeping the discussion within the allocated time slot.
Sponsor speakers can be either session speakers or panelists. They are encouraged to keep to the topic suggested by the forum organizer and not to lapse into sales pitches in order to keep the attention of the audience.
Note: No team presentations are allowed

Speaker Instruction
Please read the following instructions for paper submissions and oral presentations carefully.
All speakers have the opportunity to write a short abstract of their research work. Please send your abstract to Ashley at Abstracts selected for oral presentations will be listed on the conference website after they are accepted and the authors will be notified.
We kindly request that you keep in mind the deadline for abstract submission is July 31, 2015

Please prepare your presentation in English. The deadline to include your presentation in the Conference Proceedings is August 15, 2015. We need to receive your paper in our office on or before this date. PAPERS RECEIVED AFTER THIS DATE CANNOT BE INCLUDED IN THE PRINTED CONFERENCE PROCEEDINGS. Please submit your paper in MS Word by email to If you need to make changes or withdraw your abstract/title from the program before the conference, please contact

Your paper should contain the following:
● Name, occupation, employer of speaker
● Personal resume of speaker under the heading ‘About the Author’
● Abstract
Your paper will be printed as you deliver it. Please make sure that all materials are of a representative quality. Your paper should not exceed the limit of 1 A4 page in length.
Important Note: Copies of overheads or PowerPoint slides are NOT ACCEPTABLE as your written paper.


For your oral presentation you may bring a PowerPoint file on a CD or USB flash drive (memory stick). You are highly encouraged to bring an additional copy of your presentation in case of technical difficulties. It is suggested that you email a copy of your presentation to your personal inbox as a backup. If the files can’t be accessed from your flash drive for some reasons, you will be able to download them to the computer from your email.


All oral presenters are required to submit an electronic version of their presentation 15-20 minutes prior to the beginning of the session in the meeting room. All presentations will be scanned for viruses and subsequently loaded on the main projector computer.


Use of your own laptop is not recommended
● Movies: If your PowerPoint files contain movies, please make sure that they are well formatted and connected to the main files.
● Timing: Please make sure that your presentation is well timed. Every speaker has a maximum of 20 minutes total, including speaking time and discussion. Please keep in mind that the program is full, and the speaker after you would like their allocated time available to them.

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