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

Sponsored contribution

  • Sponsor invited speakers present a technical topic of scientific interest
  •  Sponsor presentation presents products or services
1. Invited speakers

The Invited Speakers will receive an invitation via e-mail. This invitation should be accepted and then may register. The abstract should be submitted any time before the oral abstract deadline.

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

Invited speakers have a talk during the Live Session. All will receive the instructions and the necessary links to join the stream platform as a panelist via email. Previous to the live broadcast, there is a welcome meeting with the nanoGe staff to do technical checks.

For the presenting talk is needed:

  • Presentation with slides in PowerPoint
  • It can contain texts and images
  • If you include video, make sure you can play it from the document


3. ePoster contribution

Once registered submit an abstract and select your preference for ePoster. Instructions are also available on the "abtract submission" tab.

The following contents are needed:

  • Author list and title of ePoster.
  • ePoster: Image file containing the information and data you want to present to participants. The supported formats are JPG and PNG, 1MB/3000 px (the bigger side)
  • 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). The TOC is an illustration that communicates visually the main message of your ePoster. It can be a simple sketch or a piece of text. We recommend to upload 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
  • A text abstract between 100 and 400 words
  • A video, presenting the topic of your contribution. Prepare a video of explanation of your ePoster less than 3 minutes time, upload to an online video-sharing platform (Youtube, Vimeo...) and copy here the link of your video

Your ePoster will be visible in the ePoster Board along with the tittle and your picture. The ePoster Board will be available 2 days prior. A code will be assigned to your contribution. Save this number, it will indicate the room assigned to your ePoster in the chat platform where the ePoster Session will take place.

ePoster format

In contrast to traditional static conference posters, ePoster for online conference is a dynamic framework to instigate the exchange of scientific ideas and information. You can be more creative, 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 it 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.



2. Contributed talks

Presenting a contributed talk

Once registered submit an abstract and select your preference for Contributed Talk. Instructions are available on the "abtract submission" tab.

Those abstracts will be selected by the organizing committee.

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

- Accepted Contributed Talks, how it works:

After the scientific program is published you will receive the abstract acceptance email with the slot assigned for your Live Q&A Session and the instructions to record and submit your video.

Your video presentation will be available from the Conference Room once it starts. Along with the video, there is chat available where participants will ask you questions about your contribution. Keep the chat attended! New ideas and contacts may emerge from this networking.

In addition, authors of contributed talks will lead the Live Q&A Sessions along with a chair. You will share network space with presenters and participants to answer questions, exchange ideas and present your work.

Live Q&A Sessions will be hosted via Zoom. Thirty minutes before a Q&A Session is scheduled to go live, the link to join the meeting will be available next to its title. The host will start the event at the scheduled time.

A Zoom account is not required to join the Live Q&A Sessions. When you open the link to the meeting, you will be prompted to install the application in your desktop. Browser viewing is also available with slightly reduced functionality.

You will see this icon associated with any content that is live at the moment.       

- Not accepted as a Contributed Talk?

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

Follow the instructions in 3. ePoster contribution

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

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