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Format & guidelines (online)

 

Conference format


info iconNOTICE: the 2021 edition of the EuroEAP Conference will be held ON LINE

 

The EuroEAP conference has a unique format to facilitate and maximise interaction among participants and includes:

  • Plenary talks: invited lectures (30 mins) often addressing either a broad or in-depth topic of EAPs or a broad inspirational talk addressing an area related to EAP research or where EAPs might play a future role.
    Plenary talks will be given live on Zoom and will not be recorded.

  • Invited lectures: (20 mins), given by world-leading scientists, young emerging researchers, as well as representatives of industry, presenting the latest advances in EAPs.
    Invited lectures will be given live on Zoom and will not be recorded.

  • Interactive talks: short oral presentations offered to all attendees describing the key aspects of the work, followed by a mandatory poster presentation.
    Interactive talks will consist of pre-recorded video presentations (max 90 secomnds) streamed live on Zoom. The streaming of the Interactive Talks will be followed by extensive live poster sessions on the Wonder platform to facilitate discussions among participants.

See the sections How to contribute and/or attend for deadlines and submission procedure, and ‘Templates   for extended abstract, poster and video formats.

 

Registration


Any kind of attendee (invited or not, presenter or not) should register.
For the list of registration fees and the instructions about registration, see ‘How to contribute and/or attend’.

 

Abstracts & maximum number of contributions


Each registered attendee is entitled to present up to two contributions.
Participants should submit each contribution in the form of an Interactive talk, namely a shortvideo followed by a poster.

Invited speakers are expected to give only an oral presentation (although they might optionally present also an additional contribution in the form of an Interactive talk like anyone else).

Any contribution (invited or not) requires the submission of an abstract, having a maximum length of 1500 characters.
For instructions and deadline about abstract submission, see ‘How to contribute and/or attend’.

Notes:
Each contribution should be associated to only one registered attendee.
Any contribution not associated to a registration will be excluded from the final programme and conference proceedings.

 

Proceedings


The conference proceedings will consist of the following material:

  • For invited presentations:
    a PDF file of a 1-page-long extended abstract of the presentation. 
    Presenters are kindly requested to prepare the document according to the template available in the section ‘Templates’.
     
  • For interactive talks:
    a PDF file of the poster. Presenters are kindly requested to prepare the poster according to the template available in the section ‘Templates’.

For instructions and deadline about the submission of the contributions, see ‘How to contribute and/or attend’.

The conference proceedings will be made available for download from the EuroEAP website.
Therefore, presenters are informed that the uploaded contributions (extended abstracts and poster files) should not contain any material covered by copyright or information that the authors are not willing to disclose.

 

Summary of guidelines for contributions


The following table provides an overview of the categories of contributions and their guidelines.

What contributions

Why to contribute

Who should contribute How to contribute at the conference Which platform How to contribute to the proceedings How many contributions
Plenary talks To provide comprehensive and authoritative views Invited speakers Live oral presentation:
30 minutes long (including 5 minutes of discussion)
Live via Zoom
(The talks wiill NOT be recorded)
Extended abstract Maximum 1 presentation per invited speaker
Invited talks To report on or to review results of outstanding relevance Invited speakers Live oral presentation:
20 minutes long (including 5 minutes of discussion)
Live via Zoom
(The talks wiill NOT be recorded)
Extended abstract Maximum 1 presentation per invited speaker

Interactive talks followed

by poster presentations

To communicate shortly (“in a pitch”) the significance of a work, which shoud then be presented more extensively with a poster  Non-invited presenters 

Pre-recorded videos of maximum 90 seconds (Longer videos will be cut off )

The videos will be streamed via Zoom   Poster file Maximum 2 presentations per attendee 

Poster presentation

Live on the Wonder platform

 

See the section ‘Templates   for extended abstract, poster and video formats.

Templates


Template for invited presenters:

Templates for non-invited presenters:

  • Interactive talk
    - Video: free format (max 90 seconds) to be sent  by 30 MAY to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
    The goal is to gain interest for your poster. It is NOT a mini-presentation of the project.
    So, the presentation should communicate just the significance of your work, so as to catch the interest of the audience.
    Then you will have a chance to present you work more extensively as a poster.
    - Poster: Template for posters