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Can iI withdraw from the poster session?

I submitted my paper to ICANN2016 conference in which we could choose among the possible options of "poster" and "oral" presentation at the submission time. I submitted for the oral category and received the acceptance notice as a "full paper" to be in the proceedings, but no info on the type of presentation (oral/poster).

Then iI registered as they requested to do so before the deadline, but later on, when the conference program become revealed on the website iI noticed that iI am placed in one of the poster sessions and even in a so "irrelevant" session!

Honestly iI become less motivated to participate in the conference as i'veI've heard that the posters are mostly a way the organizers try to compensate the conference expenses (they have 80 posters in the conference). And the chances of getting noticed or getting any useful feedback on my work can be so subtle! Also not to mention that in the review feedback there was no detail about the review process which could be considered as useful feedback on my work. Just a simple general comment like "the work is so solid, technical and great.."

So iI came to a sort of conclusion that iI already wasted my publication by submitting it to the conference!

Also iI was wondering if iI can withdraw from participation and ask my payment back? considering that they didn't mention the type of the presentation in the acceptance notice, and Alsoalso the fact that iI chose the oral presentation in the submission.

Can i withdraw from the poster session?

I submitted my paper to ICANN2016 conference in which we could choose among the possible options of "poster" and "oral" presentation at the submission time. I submitted for the oral category and received the acceptance notice as a "full paper" to be in the proceedings, but no info on the type of presentation (oral/poster).

Then i registered as they requested to do so before the deadline, but later on, when the conference program become revealed on the website i noticed that i am placed in one of the poster sessions and even in a so "irrelevant" session!

Honestly i become less motivated to participate in the conference as i've heard that the posters are mostly a way the organizers try to compensate the conference expenses (they have 80 posters in the conference). And the chances of getting noticed or getting any useful feedback on my work can be so subtle! Also not to mention that in the review feedback there was no detail about the review process which could be considered as useful feedback on my work. Just a simple general comment like "the work is so solid, technical and great.."

So i came to a sort of conclusion that i already wasted my publication by submitting it to the conference!

Also i was wondering if i can withdraw from participation and ask my payment back? considering that they didn't mention the type of the presentation in the acceptance notice, and Also the fact that i chose the oral presentation in the submission.

Can I withdraw from the poster session?

I submitted my paper to ICANN2016 conference in which we could choose among the possible options of "poster" and "oral" presentation at the submission time. I submitted for the oral category and received the acceptance notice as a "full paper" to be in the proceedings, but no info on the type of presentation (oral/poster).

Then I registered as they requested to do so before the deadline, but later on, when the conference program become revealed on the website I noticed that I am placed in one of the poster sessions and even in a so "irrelevant" session!

Honestly I become less motivated to participate in the conference as I've heard that the posters are mostly a way the organizers try to compensate the conference expenses (they have 80 posters in the conference). And the chances of getting noticed or getting any useful feedback on my work can be so subtle! Also not to mention that in the review feedback there was no detail about the review process which could be considered as useful feedback on my work. Just a simple general comment like "the work is so solid, technical and great.."

So I came to a sort of conclusion that I already wasted my publication by submitting it to the conference!

Also I was wondering if I can withdraw from participation and ask my payment back? considering that they didn't mention the type of the presentation in the acceptance notice, and also the fact that I chose the oral presentation in the submission.

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Can i withdraw from the poster session?

I submitted my paper to ICANN2016 conference in which we could choose among the possible options of "poster" and "oral" presentation at the submission time. I submitted for the oral category and received the acceptance notice as a "full paper" to be in the proceedings, but no info on the type of presentation (oral/poster).

Then i registered as they requested to do so before the deadline, but later on, when the conference program become revealed on the website i noticed that i am placed in one of the poster sessions and even in a so "irrelevant" session!

Honestly i become less motivated to participate in the conference as i've heard that the posters are mostly a way the organizers try to compensate the conference expenses (they have 80 posters in the conference). And the chances of getting noticed or getting any useful feedback on my work can be so subtle! Also not to mention that in the review feedback there was no detail about the review process which could be considered as useful feedback on my work. Just a simple general comment like "the work is so solid, technical and great.."

So i came to a sort of conclusion that i already wasted my publication by submitting it to the conference!

Also i was wondering if i can withdraw from participation and ask my payment back? considering that they didn't mention the type of the presentation in the acceptance notice, and Also the fact that i chose the oral presentation in the submission.