Please respect the deadlines below to facilitate our job with uploading everything in time for you to view all the materials.


Pre-recorded talks

Please create a pre-recorded talk about your paper, lasting no more than 15'. Send this to A.Georgiopoulou@brighton.ac.uk

What to expect for your pre-recorded talk: All presentations will be uploaded on a password encrypted page of this website. The password will be shared with registered delegates who will be invited to watch the presentations a few days ahead of the conference. The talks will be divided in three sets and will be discussed across the three timeslots in the conference programme.

Deadline: 11th June

Live talks

If you have been allocated a 15' slot, please prepare a 12' talk and allow 2-3' for questions. 

We will need copies of your powerpoint presentations ahead of the conference. We will use these as back up in case there are any issues with your screen-sharing on the day. Please email you powerpoint presentations to A.Georgiopoulou@brighton.ac.uk by the dealine below.

What to expect for your live talk: All sessions of the conference will be live-recorded and made available on a password encrypted 
page of this website. The password will be shared with registered delegates making sure that no one misses anything when the other half of the planet is sleeping.

Deadline: 16th June

Posters

Posters should be no bigger than A0 size (choice of landscape or posrtrait). Please save your poster as PDF. Please record a 2-3' flash talk for your poster and send both the PDF and the video to A.Georgiopoulou@brighton.ac.uk by the deadline below.

What to expect for your poster: Posters in PDF format and accompanying flash talks will be upload on a password encrypted 
page of this website. The password will be shared with registered delegates ahead of the start of the conference. Posters will be divided in sets and allocated to virtual meeting rooms during the midday breaks for discussions to take place.

Deadline: 11th June