Oral presentations have been allocated 30 minutes each. We ask that presenters prepare 20 minute talks, allowing 10 minutes for questions following their presentations. Talks will be live-streamed for our virtual audience, with the option of asking questions remotely, and recordings will be made available in our interactive programme upon event conclusion. Technical details regarding oral presentation (e.g. on-site projection, sound-accommodations, virtual participation) will be posted shortly!
In-person poster presenters should prepare a poster conforming to the following guidelines:
A0 (84.1 × 118.9cm/33.1 × 46.8in) is the maximum allowable size for your poser
Portrait orientation is required for all posters
Once the programme is finalised, we will assign poster numbers and update directions for how to display your work.
Spruiks (Synchronous Virtual Posters)
Our spruik sessions consist of parallel, synchronous sessions of between four and six brief flash talks, followed by individual zoom breakout sessions for further discussion with presenters. In putting together your spruik, please consider the following:
You should prepare a five minute presentation based on your work
You may present either slides, or a traditional poster format as you prefer
Session chairs will be ruthless in keeping time!
We have two, one-hour spruik sessions scheduled for Thursday, 08/09, taking place at 08:00 GMT and 17:15 GMT respectively. For more information about which sub-session a given poster belongs to, please consult our interactive programme.
For ease of access, those presenters who cannot make it in person and could not accommodated in our spruik sessions have been added to our Asynchronous Posters session.
However, we also ask that all presenters make their materials available on our virtual platform for remote attendees. This can be done by updating your submissions to include your posters and any supplemental content you may want. All participants will be able to leave comments and engage with authors in our virtual poster gallery!