Information for authors
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At least one author per contribution (presentations/posters etc.) needs to be registered for the conference. If the same author submitted more than one contribution, they only need to register once.
For each presentation, there is a total of 10 minutes including interaction with the audience. Please note that depending on how much time you wish to have for audience interaction, we suggest a presentation of 5 to 8 minutes. We kept the presentation time short because of the challenges that come with being online for a long time.
At the beginning of the parallel sessions, the host will provide you with instructions on how to share your screen in the platform.
Your poster can be presented with a 2-3 minute pitch (optional, more information will follow).
The posters can be uploaded in A0 format, portrait mode (PDF file). Authors can upload the poster via our platform SCOOCS. After registering for the conference, you will receive log in details. In the platform, click on ‘Poster Booth’ in the menu on the left, and then click on ‘Create booth’ on top of the page. Instructions for uploading the PDF can be found in the poster that is uploaded by the conference organization in SCOOCS.
You will be able to upload any materials (e.g. images in PDF and/or video’s in YouTube, Vimeo or iFrame) for your demo, and give a 2-3 minute pitch to present it. Authors can upload the materials via our platform SCOOCS. After registering for the conference, you will receive log in details. In the platform, click on ‘Demo Booth’ in the menu on the left, and then click on ‘Create booth’ on top of the page.
You can rate your favourite contributions (posters and demo’s), and the three contributions with the highest rating will have a dedicated time slot to be presented.
The symposia are full parallel session, with a duration of 45 minutes.
More information will follow, stay updated by looking at the website.