I'm going to apply to a graduate program which asks me to declare my conference presentations in my CV.
I have 9 proceeding papers, 8 of which are presented by myself, and I have another section in my CV, called "publications", in which the papers are meticulously cited.
Now, I am thinking of the best approach to mentioning my presentations, which can be some references to the publications section of the CV without rewriting complete information of each paper (such as its title, venue, etc.) as the following:
9 - Me, et al., "the title 9", venue, pp., 20XX,
8 - Me, et al., "the title 8", venue, pp., 20XX,
. . .
1 - Me, et al., "the title 1", venue, pp., 20XX,
Sept. 20XX - Presenter of the 9th Proceeding Paper, venue 9,
Sept. 20XX - Presenter of the 7th Proceeding Paper, venue 7,
. . .
Sept. 20XX - Presenter of the 1st Proceeding Paper, venue 1,
I'm wondering whether this kind of referring is the etiquette and is kinda professional or I better rewrite information of all papers again.