Oral presentations and Covid talks should be considered as short oral presentations. Oral presentations should last at most 8 minutes, while Covid talks should last at most 10 minutes: longer video will not be accepted. The video will be aired during the meeting and immediately followed by a live question time. Presenters are also invited to join the poster session to discuss their work further. Before the meeting, you will receive the BreakoutSession (aka Virtual Room) number to which you have been assigned. Poster sessions will be held on Webex Please submit within Novermber 6.
Video posters should be equated to the "concise introduction" you usually deliver in live poster presentations. The video should only provide the gist of your work, acting both as a teaser (the video-poster will be available one week in advance) and as a convenient start for generating meaningful questions. We ask to make it short (i.e., < 5 mins) because many video posters will be available! Please submit within November 2. Before the meeting, you will receive the BreakoutSession (aka Virtual Room) number to which you have been assigned. Poster sessions will be held on Webex. Poster presenter should be available during all the poster session.
Ph.D. oral presentations and videoposters: follow the instructions received by email and submit below within November 2.
How to prepare your video?
Any video capture software generating .mp4 files will do. Maybe the easiest would be to use your favorite platform for online meetings and record a session with only you participating. For example, for Webex: Start meeting --> Share content (e.g. PowerPoint presentation or poster pdf) --> Record session --> End meeting and save it as .mp4 file.
You may submit some further support along with your video poster, such as the PowerPoint presentation or a pdf of the poster.