Presenting at elmi2021

IMPORTANT - If you are presenting at elmi2021 as either an invited speaker, contributed talk presenter or poster flash talk presenter, you will be sent a Zoom link for you to join your session.  You will be emailed a link by Debbie Hunt from the RMS, approximately 7-10 days prior to the meeting. On the day of your talk, you will need to join the Zoom meeting at the start of  your session, so that we can ensure all presenters are ready and in attendance.  

Contributed talks

elmi2021 will be hosted using Zoom and will be a live meeting.  Some sessions may be recorded and will be available to registered attendees for a couple of weeks after the meeting has taken place, depending on an individual speaker’s permission.  If you are new to using and presenting with Zoom, or have any questions or concerns, please contact Debbie Hunt as soon as possible . We are happy to provide guidance and support to ensure the smooth running of the meeting.

If you are selected to present a contributed talk at elmi2021, you will have already been notified of this by email. 

All submitted oral presentations are expected to be 10 minutes long and at the end of your talk, 2 minutes will be allocated in the programme for questions.  We would prefer for you to give a live presentation, but if you have concerns about your internet or technical issues then you can submit a pre-recording of your talk.  Whether you are giving your talk live or have requested to prepare a pre-recorded presentation, you must attend the session so that you can take part in the live Q&A.

IMPORTANT - If you are presenting at elmi2021 as either an invited speaker, contributed talk presenter or poster flash talk presenter, you will be sent a Zoom link for you to join your session.  You will be emailed a link by Debbie Hunt from the RMS, approximately 7-10 days prior to the meeting. On the day of your talk, you will need to join the Zoom meeting at the start of  your session, so that we can ensure all presenters are ready and in attendance.  

Please ensure that you are on camera when giving your presentation as this creates a more engaging environment for those viewing your talk.  Please also ensure that you have a working microphone.

You must register and pay to attend the virtual meeting in order to have your talk included in the programme.

If you have any questions or would like to pre-record your talk, please contact Debbie Hunt for permission and further information.

Helpful hints on presenting at elmi2021

Poster Flash Talks

elmi2021 will be hosted using Zoom and will be a live meeting.  Some sessions may be recorded and will be available to registered meeting attendees for a couple of weeks after the meeting has taken place, depending on an individual speaker’s permission.  If you are new to using and presenting with Zoom or have any questions or concerns, please contact Debbie Hunt as soon as possible . We are happy to provide guidance and support to ensure the smooth running of the meeting.

If you have been selected to present a poster flash talk at elmi2021, you are also expected to present a PDF of your poster in a poster session as well.  Please note, your acceptance email will specifically say 'Poster Flash Talk + Poster'.

IMPORTANT - If you are presenting at elmi2021 as either an invited speaker, contributed talk presenter or poster flash talk presenter, you will be sent a Zoom link for you to join your session.  You will be emailed a link by Debbie Hunt from the RMS, approximately 7-10 days prior to the meeting.  On the day of your talk, you will need to join the Zoom meeting at the start of  your session, so that we can ensure all presenters are ready and in attendance.  

We would  prefer for you to give your poster flash talk as a live presentation, but if you have concerns about your internet or technical issues then you can submit a pre-recording of your poster flash talk.  If you would like to pre-record your talk please contact Debbie Hunt for permission and further information. 

All poster flash talks are expected to be 3 minutes long, and to be accompanied by a maximum of 3 slides.  These slides do not need to be submitted to the organisers as you will be sharing them live during your talk. Your poster flash talk should be a short talk on the data displayed on your poster and your 3 slides should illustrate your key points.  Poster flash talks are an excellent way to direct people to view  your full poster in the poster gallery.  You are expected to be present during the conference session in the programme when your talk will be given or shown, so that you can take part in the live Q&A in the chat box.

Please ensure that you are on camera when giving your presentation as this creates a more engaging environment for those viewing your talk.  Please also ensure that you have a working microphone.

You will have been asked to produce a PDF of your poster which will be presented in an online gallery.  Please note that this is different to the three slides you will be using during your poster flash talk.  All posters at elmi2021 will be presented in an online gallery, and you have been asked to submit a PDF of your poster.  This PDF can be uploaded to the abstract submission system and you will have been notified by email of how to do this.  If you have any questions about submitting your PDF poster, please contact [email protected]

All poster presentations will be allocated to a poster session within the programme.  You are expected to be present during the poster session that your poster has been allocated to, so that you can take part in the Q&A.

You must register and pay to attend the virtual conference in order to have your poster flash presentation and poster included in the programme. 

Helpful hints on presenting at elmi2021

Posters

If you have been selected to present a poster in a poster session at elmi2021, you will have already been notified of this by email, unless you have submitted a late breaking poster.  Please note your acceptance email will specifically say 'Poster' as your presentation type.  All posters at elmi2021 will be presented in an online gallery, and you have been asked to submit a PDF of your poster by 8 June. This PDF can be uploaded to the abstract submission system and you will have been notified by email of how to do this.  Because it is an online event landscape orientation may be better than portrait.  If you have any questions about submitting your PDF poster, please contact [email protected]

You will be emailed very soon about whether your late breaking poster abstract submission has been accepted.

All poster presentations will be allocated to a poster session within the programme. You are expected to be present during the poster session your poster has been allocated to, so that you can take part in the Q&A.

You must register and pay to attend the virtual conference in order to have your poster included in the programme.

Invited Speakers

elmi2021 will be hosted using Zoom and will be a live meeting.  Some sessions may be recorded and will be available to registered attendees for a couple of weeks after the meeting has taken place, depending on an individual speaker’s permission.  If you are new to using and presenting with Zoom, or have any questions or concerns, please contact Debbie Hunt as soon as possible . We are happy to provide guidance and support to ensure the smooth running of the meeting.

All Invited talks are expected to be 25 minutes long and at the end of your talk, 5 minutes will be allocated in the programme for questions.  On the day of your talk, you will need to join the Zoom meeting 15 minutes before the start of your talk, so that we can ensure your are ready and in attendance.  

IMPORTANT - If you are presenting at elmi2021 as either an invited speaker, contributed talk presenter or poster flash talk presenter, you will be sent a Zoom link for you to join your session.  You will be emailed a link by Debbie Hunt from the RMS, approximately 7-10 days prior to the meeting. e.  

Please ensure that you are on camera when giving your presentation as this creates a more engaging environment for those viewing your talk. Please also ensure that you have a working microphone.

Please ensure that you have registered to attend the conference. Registration for Invited speakers is complimentary and you have been emailed a discount code. If you have any questions about your registration to the conference, please email [email protected]rg.uk

If you have any questions about giving your presentation, or would like to pre-record your talk please contact Debbie Hunt for further information. 

Helpful hints on presenting at elmi2021

 

 



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