The presentation times for oral sessions are as follows: contributed presentations are 15 minutes each, invited talks are 30 minutes, and tutorials are 45 minutes. Each presentation will have a break for questions during the last 2-3 minutes of each presentation.
E-poster sessions are virtual events scheduled to provide an opportunity for selected papers to be presented in greater visual detail and should facilitate vivid discussions with attendees. All posters will be displayed in gallery view with search features by keyword, topic category, presentation times, and a flag displaying any poster presenters available for real-time communication. Each poster will have a dedicated page that will include a 3-minute poster preview and/or poster PDF, as well as an embedded chat window displaying the chat dialog.
This new presentation method combines the richness of multimedia content of oral presentations with the personalized one-on-one interaction of posters.
Presenters will have the following opportunities to present your research and communicate with attendees:
- provide a one-page Poster PDF that can be published as supplemental material to the abstract and two-page summary.
- submit a three-minute recorded presentation.
- participate in real-time and asynchronous discussion with attendees.
Presenters may choose one or multiple methods of presentation (example, provide a Poster PDF and be available for real-time discussion, or provide a 3-minute video and a poster PDF). Presenters are highly encouraged to fulfill all three options to best facilitate a robust and dynamic virtual Poster Session. Presenters MUST provide either a 3-minute video OR a Poster PDF or both in order to be published.
Postdeadline papers are presented as oral presentations during a special session toward the end of the conference. The presentation time will be determined during sessioning, but is generally around 15 minutes each, including questions. The purpose of postdeadline papers is to give participants the opportunity to hear new and significant material in rapidly advancing areas. Only those papers judged to be truly excellent and compelling in their timeliness are accepted for postdeadline presentation. If you believe your work meets these requirements, you are encouraged to submit a postdeadline paper.