COMPUMAG 2021 will be run virtually using the SCOOCS platform. This is where presentations will be stored, live streams will be run, exhibitors and sponsors will be featured and all networking will occur. Much like at an in-person conference, attendees can set their agendas, participate in Q&A sessions and network with their peers.
With COMPUMAG 2021 getting closer, we are pleased to give you instructions on how to prepare and upload the files for oral and poster presentations. A link to the SCOOCS platform will be provided nearer the conference date.
— A profile picture must be uploaded (maximum size 2MB, .png or .jpg only).
— A short biography is also needed (100-200 words).
— Please upload your information from 15th December 2021 until 12th January 2022 using this link
— The authors of the papers accepted for poster presentations will be asked to prepare their posters in advance.
— The poster may be set up and edited directly within the Online Conference Platform. However, to provide a uniform format to the poster session, we ask you to prepare your poster as a PDF file, vertically oriented of 90cm width and 130cm height - including paper title, authors and affiliation - using this poster template. In addition to the poster file, a short video with brief explanations must also be provided.
— The poster session will take place at the time and date given in the detailed conference program. During the poster session the author(s) should be logged in to the conference and be available for questions-answers and live discussion with the conference participants.
— The PDF and video poster files instructions and the link for uploading may be found here
— Each oral presentation will be allocated 15 minutes including questions and answers.
— The authors of papers accepted for oral presentation are asked to submit a pre-recorded talk lasting 12 minutes.
— Speakers will have the opportunity to deliver their presentation live using ZOOM during the conference. However, in case of connection or other internet problems, the pre-recorded talk will be streamed.
— After the oral presentation has finished, there will be 3 minutes for discussion.
— The pre-recorded video file instructions and the link for uploading may be found here
Please note that you need to be logged into a google account to upload your files using the above links. If you do not have a google account, please create one as decribed here