The CFC2023 Technical Programme consists of 3 Plenary Lectures, 12 Semi-Plenary Lectures, 62 keynote Lectures, 53 Minisymposia, 562 oral presentations, 4 tech talks, namely, 643 presentations overall.


Each regular presentation is allocated 20 minutes, Keynote Lectures 30 minutes, Semi-Plenary Lectures 45 minutes and Plenary Lectures 1 hour. Times include questions.

PhD Awards:

Please note that ALL PhD students will be eligible to win an award for best presentation at the end of the conference. A total of 3 awards will be given. The presentations eligible for the awards are marked in the technical programme with the initials EFPA.


The conference will not provide computers for presentations. Speakers are kindly requested to bring and use their own laptop. An LCD projector will be present in each room.

Recommendations for your presentation:

The connector available on the projector will be HDMI. You should make sure your laptop has an HDMI port designated as your default output connection. Also note that if your computer does not have an HDMI port, we kindly request you to bring your own adapter.

In order to prepare your slides for oral presentation please take also into account that, because of projects available at the conference venue, it is required a 16:9 aspect ratio.

If you are using PowerPoint, we recommend you to adjust the slide size in Design->Page Setup menu and choose 16:9 ratio to ensure the compatibility.

We strongly encourage you to have a backup of your presentation on a USB storage device.

Power sockets and plug converters for electricity in France:

In France, electrical sockets and plugs are Type C or E. Type C has two round pins and type E has two round pins and a hole for the socket's male earthing pin.

France operates on 230V supply voltage and 50 Hz.