In-Person orals

All in-person presenters will be required to use the conference computer system to minimize setup time and, most important, to allow virtual attendees to see presentations via zoom, without relaying on personal computers wi-fi connection.

Slides must be submitted at least one day before your scheduled talk day.

We will provide presenters with the link by email by October 1st 2022.

The file name of your presentation should start with the session_abstract ID #s followed by the presenting author name as entered when you submitted the abstract: «Session#_#»_«Abstract ID #»_«Presenting_Author», example: OS1_06_12_name_lastname

We suggest bringing a copy of all the files including movies on a USB key. 

Please prepare the slides either in power point or in .pdf

Widescreen or 16:9 layout is recommended.

The number of slides should be based on the length of your presentation. As a rule of thumb, you should have one slide per minute of talk time.

If you are including videos in your presentation, it is highly recommended you use a standard codec to avoid playback issues. Exporting the presentation using the Package for CD option from PowerPoint will ensure that all media files are copied into one location and file paths are adjusted inside the presentation.

Windows Video Player is installed in the presentation computer.

At the conference before your presentation, we recommend you to check with conference AV to ensure the slides are displayed correctly by the conference computer.

Presenters unable to join in person, will be able to present virtually via zoom. Still we ask them to upload their presentation at least one day before their talk, and to connect 15 minuets before the start of the session to test connection and slides. 

Virtual oral presenter will be receiving instructions and an individualized zoom link to join the oral session prior of their presentation.

Each session will be hosted by at least two chairs and a Zoom technical moderator.

For the Q&A in-person audience will use microphones in the ballroom corridors, virtual attendees will use the fNIRS chat, Zoom Q&A feature will not be available.

For additional information about file format, file upload etc. please contact Zahra Einalou, at ZEINALOU@mgh.harvard.edu, or Bryce Carr at BCARR3@mgh.harvard.edu

Poster Blitz & Virtual Posters in the Spotlight Oral Sessions

Presenters

By September 30, 2022 you have to upload your presentation to the link we provided you with via email

Please prepare the slides either in power point or in .pdf.

Widescreen or 16:9 layout is recommended.

Please prepare slides based on the length of your presentation. As a rule of thumb, you should have one slide per minute of talk time. We suggest 3 slides for the poster blitz sessions and 10 slides for the Virtual Posters in the Spotlight session. 

The file name should start with the session_abstract ID # followed by the presenting author name as entered when you submitted the abstract: «Session#_#»_«Abstract ID #»_«Presenting_Author», example: PSV_44_56_name_lastname

Virtual Oral presenter will be receiving instructions and an individualized zoom link to join the virtual oral session prior of their presentation.

The day of your presentation you will have to connect to zoom t 15 minuets before the start of the session to test connection and slides. 

Please ensure that you have a good internet connection, good microphone, and a webcam available for your presentation. We will ask you to turn the camera on during your presentation.

For additional information about the file format and upload please contact Dr. Sabrina Brigadoi at sabrina.brigadoi@unipd.it

For Audience

The audience will be muted during the talks and they should use the fNIRS.org chat page of the presented talk to post questions to the speaker.

Each Zoom session will be hosted by at least two chairs who will also serve as technical moderators. The session presenters will be made panelists.

Posters

GatherTown

By September 30, 2022 all posters need to be uploaded to the link we provided by email 

For the upload to gatherTown the poster need to be converted to an image, with either .png or .jpg format.

The resolution should be at least 1000 pixel wide and 1000 pixel high.

More is better but he file size should not exceed  3MB.

Before uploading the poster, please open the poster with any image software in your computer and check the resolution quality. If the text in the image is not clear, please save it with higher resolution.

The file name should start with the session_abstract ID # followed by the presenting author name as entered when you submitted the abstract: «Session#_#»_«Abstract ID #»_«Presenting_Author», example: PS2_92_138_name_lastname

During the Poster Sessions presenters are asked to stand next to their poster by the start of the poster session to be ready to explain the poster. Press X to interact with the poster (view in full-screen mode).

GatherTown offers the possibility for the presenter to point at the poster using the function “Presenter Mode” on the right hand side of the screen when looking at the poster.

For more information on how to navigate GatherTown check:

For additional information about the file format and upload please contact Dr. Fen Zhang Fen.Zhang@icfo.eu

in-Person

Posters in Session 1, Session 2 and Session 3 will also be presented in-person at the conference.

Printed poster dimension cannot exceed 42 inches wide and 42 inches high.

Posters need to be mounted the morning of your session and removed by the end of the day.

Your poster location is marked by the session#_# id (example PS3_12).

Virtual only Posters do not have a poster board and do not need to be printed.

We suggest you to prepare your poster in a landscape format, because it fits the computer screen better when seen in Gathertown. Poster boards are 4 feet high and 8 feet wide with two posters on each. To give equal space and allow for some separation to the two presenters, posters cannot be more than 42″ wide.

Please make sure to add your «Session#_#»_«Abstract ID #» to your poster

and possibly add a QR of your abstract page:  https://fnirs.org/2022/01/01/sfnirs2022_ID# to the poster.

For additional information about Oral and Posters contact Stacey at