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Rtisan is probably right about a local conference carrying somewhat less weight and prestige on a CV. However, there are some other benefits of presenting at a local conference: It's usually free. With the travel money you save, you can attend another conference far away later on. Now you have two conference talks on your CV instead of just one. (In ...


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In general, I think there is usually the perception that having papers accepted to conferences at your home institution is easier and, thus, carries less reputational weight. This "home institution penalty" is probably less severe: 1) the higher your home institution ranks in the discipline, and 2) the greater the perceived importance of the conference in ...


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First of all, think about your career in a long run. The outstanding CV shows high number of publications with high factors. If you have an opportunity to formally present your work at another university, do it; simply because you can discuss your work with new people at your field, and get their feedback about your work. You need these feedbacks to direct ...


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Screenshots are much better than a live demonstration. Too many things can go wrong with a live demonstration: Problems with the Internet connectivity at the conference, at your university, or anywhere between the two points. Servers being down for maintenance. Software crashing unexpectedly. Embarrassing user errors during the presentation. You cannot ...


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You don't need to include any of the proposed titles in your presentation. They all come across as stilted and affected, and are entirely unnecessary. Instead, if this is a public presentation, treat it as you would any other such presentation: indicate the title of your talk as you normally would have it, and so on. If this is the "private" presentation ...


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Generally speaking it is totally fine to use or demonstrate publicly (at a conference or elsewhere) some proprietary software. Many presenters use Microsoft Windows along with Microsoft PowerPoint, and nobody ever gets into trouble. That said, if you want to be 100% sure you need to peruse the end-user license agreement (EULA), which is the contract that ...



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