Speaker Info

We will provide a MacIntosh laptop at the podium for presentations.  Please upload your presentation in advance to the Google Drive (preferred), email it to sheryls@ucar.edu, or bring it with you on a USB. Title the document: last name_first initial (e.g., shapiro_s.ppt). Acceptable file formats are PowerPoint, Keynote, and PDF. There will be audio if you have embedded videos. 

Contributed talks are 20 minutes.

Plugs/dongles

The podium and ePoster monitors have VGA and HDMI cables. Please bring your own dongle if you are using your personal Mac. 

Posters 

Posters should be no larger than 48"x36" (122cm x 91cm). 

ePosters

A limited number of ePosters will be displayed per poster session. At abstract submission, there is an option if you wish to be considered for an ePoster. 

Suggestions for an effective ePoster

ePosters are intended to provide a dynamic display of information that is not possible with a traditional printed poster. Embedding multimedia content, along with static elements such as titles, logos, and summaries, would be a good way to convey information. Examples of dynamic visual elements include videos, slide shows, animated charts or graphs, scrolling text, or 3D rotation of a model.

The intention of an ePoster does not include attracting visitors to stay for a long oral, video, or slideshow presentation. Display elements can either loop for a minute or less, or be activated and controlled by the poster presenter on command. Remember, you are to interact with those who are interested in your ePoster, not give a presentation to an audience.

ePosters, are meant to present new information. The attendees will benefit from interacting with you, not viewing a website that they can access without going to the conference. But this does not mean you can’t use HTML, CSS, Java, Flash, etc. for your presentation.

We will provide 32" monitors with standard VGA/HDMI connections. If you have a Mac, please bring your dongle

Please do not include audio on ePosters.