Info for Presenters

This year’s conference is being hosted by Whova. Presentation sessions, panel discussions, and more will be accessible via the Whova interface. The sessions themselves will take place via zoom. Throughout the conference, communication amongst the presenters and attendees will be facilitated by Whova – please check your junk mail regularly, just in case!

Oral Presentation:

Presentations are expected to be 10-12 minutes followed by a 3-5 minutes Question & Answers session.

Before the conference:

  • Check out when your presentation will take place and in which session – Conference Programme
  • Prepare your presentation slides
  • You will receive a link by Whova with information (the link will be sent out around 25th August 2021). Make sure to check your junk email in case it ends up there.
  • Speak through your presentation a couple of times
  • Make yourself familiar with Whova and zoom

During the conference:

  • Enter the session room at least 10 minutes before your presentation
  • Hold your presentation. See more tips for holding a presentation online here
  • You have a time slot of 15 minutes including your personal Q&A session. Make sure you save some time for this.

After the conference:

  • The slides will be online accessible for about one month after the conference. Be aware that you can receive questions/comments even after the conference ends.

Poster Presentation:

The poster session is about 1 hour where attendees can look at your poster. It would be great if you are available during this hour to answer questions or respond to comments right away in dedicated chats.

Before the conference:

  • Check out the Programme
  • Prepare your poster (A3 format)
  • You will receive a link by Whova with information to upload your poster (the link will be sent out around 25th August 2021). Make sure to check your junk email in case it ends up there.
  • Upload your poster in Whova by 7th September 2021 before 23:59 (BST)
  • Make yourself familiar with Whova

During the poster session:

  • Be online during the 1 hour poster session. Browse through other peoples poster but more importantly be available for answering peoples questions regarding your poster in a chat.

After the conference:

  • The posters will be online accessible for about one month after the conference. Be aware that you can receive questions/comments even after the conference ends.

More information on poster presentations in Whova: