I'm aiming to give a mathematics presentation at a conference next month (第八届全国组合数学与图论大会; URL). Assuming everything goes to plan, this will be my first conference talk in Chinese (a 15-minute contributed talk), and my first conference presentation in Chinese. It may be a total disaster, but I feel I should try (and learn from my mistakes).
At conferences, before the speaker talks, the session chair introduces them and their talk. Usually it takes the format:
I'd like to welcome [speaker's name] from [speaker's university] who will be talking on [talk title].
I'm not sure if this style differs within China (at non-international Chinese-speaking conferences), and what they would ordinarily say.
Question: How is a speaker introduced at a Chinese mathematics conference?
I'm seeking an example of an ordinary introduction at a Chinese mathematics conference to familiarize myself with what to expect. It might be similar to above, e.g., perhaps I can expect something like:
However, I'm not sure if the format is the same.
At international conferences, sometimes a foreign speaker will repeat what the session chair has already said, e.g. beginning "My name is [speaker's name] and I'm from [speaker's university] and I will be talking on [talk title]." It's a blooper, and I would like to avoid it.
Edit: To make sure this is clear: this question is about how the session chair would ordinarily introduce the speaker. The session chair is not the speaker; the session chair introduces the speaker. The question is not about how the speaker would introduce themself. (My motivation is to react appropriately to how the session chair introduces me.)