Presenter guidelines

These guidelines are for people presenting a talk, poster or taking part in a panel session at the IFBF 2021 virtual conference. They explain what you should provide and give guidance for your content. If you have any questions, please contact us.

The deadline for all submissions is now Wednesday 6th January 2021.

All presenters need to register for the conference. A special, reduced rate is available to thank you for your participation.

Speakers

Presentations are an ideal way to promote your research, services and products. Please supply your slides and a recording of your talk in advance in case you are unable to present live on the day. Guidelines for speakers are available here.

Speakers should also submit a two page paper to promote their work. Paper guidelines are available here.

Panellists

During a panel session, panellists may have a minute or two to introduce themselves and their interests. If appropriate, panellists should follow the guidance for speakers available here.

Panellists may submit a two page paper to promote their work. Paper guidelines are available here.

Poster presenters

Posters allow you to showcase your research, services and products. Poster guidelines are available here.

Poster presenters may also record a 1 to 2 minute ‘speed pitch’. Speed pitches will be shown during a dedicated poster session at the conference. Speed pitch guidelines are available here.

Poster presenters may also submit a two page paper to promote their work. Paper guidelines are available here.

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