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Instructions for presentations

The general conference platform that we’ll use is the UPC institutional platform, MyEvent, which will include access to programme and online events, as well as certificates of participation and attendance.

Registered participants will be invited to join the platform to fully enjoy the conference.

Online presentations 

The main tool will be Zoom. The preferred option is live presentations, but pre-recorded presentations are also accepted.

Online presentations to be delivered live will be assigned a specific 30-minute slot, like on-site presentations (15 minutes for the presentation, 10 minutes for discussion, 5 minutes for change of panel).

Pre-recorded presentations will be posted on the platform so that they are accessible to all participants prior to the conference.

Specific guidelines will be provided for online presentations, both live and pre-recorded.

Live presentations

Coming soon

Pre-recorded presentations

Deadline for submitting videos: 15th June via the MyEvent platform (only accessible to registered participants).

Technical details:

These are standard features for YouTube videos, but if you need any help, write to aelfetapp2020@event.upc.edu

Pre-recorded videos will be posted on a private YouTube channel which will only be accessible to conference participants via the MyEvent platform. Videos will be available prior to the conference start and until three months after the conference. After that, they will be deleted.

Those participants choosing to make a pre-recorded video will be given a slot in the conference programme (like live presenters). Also remember that you should attend the session live for the Q&A session (in addition to synchronous communication, you will also be able to interact via the private YouTube chat feature).

On-site presentations (circumstances permitting)

Presenters will have access to a room equipped with a Zoom video conference system so that their presentations are accessible to both online and on-site participants. They will also be given a 30-minute slot (15 minutes for the presentation, 10 minutes for discussion, 5 minutes for change of panel).

Participants will be required to use the computer in the room (not their laptop) and send their slides in advance so that they can be uploaded before the session.

Parallel on-site presentations will not be recorded, but participants will have the option of making their slides available to all participants.