PRESENTATION GUIDELINES
General

The deadline for Abstract submission is Friday January 15th 2021. All submissions will be peer-reviewed for suitability by the Scientific Committee. Accepted Oral or Poster Presentations will be communicated to authors by early February. The Conference Programme will be finalized by February 15th.

Please register as soon as possible to ensure that you will be able to attend INPPO2021. You may register even if you do not have your Abstract and Title ready. If this is the case, register and pay and state “Abstract to Follow” in the appropriate box. Once you Abstract is ready, please re-register, but without payment. As long as your name can be matched to both a Payment and an Abstract, this is acceptable.
Instructions for Posters

You must be registered to be able to present a poster. Posters should be prepared as for live conferences. Please prepare a single slide (e.g. in PowerPoint) approximately 1 m x 2 m in size. Both landscape and portrait orientations are acceptable. Once completed, please save your poster in PDF format. Posters will be uploaded so that they can be viewed both before and of course during the poster sessions. As with oral presentations, posters will be available for attendees to view for several days after the meeting. Please await instructions for uploading posters.
Instructions for Oral Presentations

The space for Oral presentations is very limited. All requests for Oral Presentations will be considered by the Scientific Committee and the most suitable ones will be chosen to present. If your request for an oral presentation cannot be accommodated, we ask for your understanding, and we will offer a poster slot instead. Please inform the committee if you do not wish to present a poster in place of an Oral Presentation.

Oral presentations should be prepared in PowerPoint and should be 15 minutes long with 5 minutes for questions and change-over. Please prepare your talk as you would for a normal live conference and await further instructions for uploading.

Your presentation will be recorded and made available to attendees for several days after the conference. This is done in case some people experience technical difficulties, or miss a presentation for other reasons. Late viewers will miss their opportunities to ask questions directly.

There will be an opportunity for a “Dress Rehearsal” just prior to the conference to ensure that everyone knows how to join and that the moderators are prepared. More information on this will be forthcoming.