Presenting at mmc2021

Submitted talks

If you are selected to present a submitted talk at mmc2021, you will be notified of this by email. All talks at mmc2021 will be pre-recorded, and you will be asked to submit a pre-recording of your talk by Friday 14 May. This video can be uploaded to the abstract submission system and you will be notified by email of when and how to do this.  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.

You are expected to be present during the time in the programme when your talk will be shown, so that you can take part in the live Q&A.

You must register to attend the virtual conference in order to have your talk included in the programme.

Further detailed instructions will be sent out with notifications of acceptance.


Posters

If you are selected to present a poster at mmc2021, you will be notified of this by email. All posters at mmc2021 will be presented in an online gallery, and you will be asked to submit a PDF of your poster by Friday 14 May. This PDF can be uploaded to the abstract submission system and you will be notified by email of when and how to do this. 

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

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

Further detailed instructions will be sent out with notifications of acceptance.


Flash poster talks

If you are selected to present a flash poster talk at mmc2021, you will be notified of this by email. All flash poster talks at mmc2021 will be pre-recorded, and you will be asked to submit a pre-recording of your talk by Friday 14 May. This video can be uploaded to the abstract submission system and you will be notified by email of when and how to do this. 

All flash poster talks are expected to be 3 minutes long, and be accompanied by a maximum of 3 slides.  You are expected to be present during the time in the programme when your talk will be shown, so that you can take part in the live Q&A in the chat box.

You will also be asked to produce a PDF poster which will be presented in an online gallery. You will be asked to submit a PDF of your poster by Friday 14 May. This PDF can be uploaded to the abstract submission system and you will be notified by email of when and how to do this. 

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

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

Further detailed instructions will be sent out with notifications of acceptance.


Late breaking posters

Late breaking posters are designed to give submitters additional time to complete their work, in order for it to be included in the conference. We want to give participants as many opportunities as possible to be involved and this extra deadline allows for flexibility.  Unlike posters submitted at the main deadline, late breaking posters cannot be considered for oral presentations as by this point the programme is usually finalised.

Late breaking posters will still be listed in the programme and would be considered alongside the other posters for any competitions taking place. Participants would be expected to attend the session your poster has been allocated to, so that you can take part in the live Q&A and you must be registered to the attend the virtual conference.



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