Contribution types
  1. Invited speakers (by invitation): Live Broadcast.
  2. Contributed Talks (by abstract submission): Pre-recorded video presentation.
  3. ePosters.
1. Invited speakers


The Invited Speakers will receive an invitation via e-mail. This invitation should be accepted.

A second email will be sent automatically which will direct to the registration to the conference.

Submission of the Abstract:

The abstract can be submitted any time before the oral abstract deadline.

The abstract can be uploaded by clicking at the ‘Abstract Submission’ tab.

Confirmation of the Time:

Once the scientific program is published, all the invited speakers will receive an email confirming the time slot assigned.

How can I prepare for the conference?

Prepare your presentation taking into consideration the length of your talk. The talk will be live.

For the presenting talk is needed:

  • Presentation with slides in PowerPoint
  • It can contain texts and images
  • If you include a video, you need to make sure that can be played from the document

How will I deliver my talk?

You will receive an email with instructions the day before the conference.

You will also receive an automatic email from Zoom with the link 24 hours and 1 hour before the start of the conference.

Before the live broadcast nanoGe will host a Welcome Session to check the material and to respond questions.

2. Contributed talks

Submitting a contributed talk

To submit your work first you need to register at the conference and purchase the ticket.

Click on the ‘Abstract Submission’ tab, select as preference ‘Contributed Talk’ and follow the instructions listed there.

Please check the deadlines so you don’t miss them!

Accepted Contributed Talks, how does it work:

After the scientific program is published you will receive the abstract acceptance email with the slot assigned and the instructions.

Contributed talks are delivered through a pre-recorded video presentation that must be submitted before the deadline communicated in the abstract acceptance email.

Your video will be available at the ‘Virtual Room’ tab prior to the start of the conference for all the participants to view.

As an author, you will participate in an open camera session with the rest of the authors and participants. You will have 2 minutes to present your work and then answer the questions from the participants.

You’ll access the session from a link indicated in the ‘Virtual Room’ tab.

Not accepted as a Contributed Talk.

If your abstract has not been selected as a talk you have the option to present it as an ePoster.

Follow the instructions in the next section.

You can edit your submission adding the mandatory fields for ePoster submission.

3. ePoster contribution

To submit your work first you need to register to the conference and purchase the ticket.

Click on the ‘Abstract Submission’ tab, select as preference ‘ePoster’ and follow the instructions listed there.

These items are mandatory:

  • Authors’ Names List and the title of ePoster.
  • ePoster: Image file containing the information and data. The supported formats are JPG and PNG, 1MB/3000 px (the bigger side). For more instructions read the next point.
  • A profile picture (square format and 300px)

As optional elements, you can add:

  • Table of Contents (TOC) graphic: an illustration that communicates visually the main message of your ePoster. The width of the image is 16:9. It cannot exceed 1MB size. The supported formats are JPG and PNG, 1MB/2000 px (the bigger side).

It can be a simple sketch or a piece of text. We recommend uploading one in order to make your contribution more visible on the ePoster board.


  • Supporting information. Additional file in a PDF file containing the details of your work
  • Abstract between 100 and 400 words
  • A video, presenting the topic of your contribution. This video should last no more than 3 minutes and needs to be uploaded to an online video-sharing platform (YouTube, Vimeo...). You can paste the link when submitting your work.

Your ePoster will be visible on the ePoster Board along with the title and your picture prior to the start of the conference.

A code will be assigned to your contribution. This code will indicate the room assigned to you in the ePoster platform.

ePoster format

Our new online format of ePoster is a dynamic framework to instigate the exchange of scientific ideas and information. You can be as creative as you want, sky is the limit, provided that the normal codes of scientific exchange are respected.

When designing and making your ePoster you should follow some basic directions:

  • Present the information clearly, combining text, diagrams and graphics, so that can be viewed quickly and create a strong impression.
  • Use large font size. Do not overcrowd the ePoster with information and details.
  • Use the landscape orientation that can be viewed both in computer screen and social networks.


  • Divide an ePoster into distinct boxes that allow to zoom for viewing the information during discussion.
  • Highlight a clear message of your ePoster that can be grasped very rapidly.





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