Abstract Submission & Presentation Guidelines
We ask that each podium presenter pre-record a video presentation and upload it as a private Youtube video. In total, your presentation will be 10 minutes (7 min talk, 3 min Q&A). Your 10-min presentation will be played as a “simulated live” presentation. This means that we will broadcast your pre-recorded presentation at the pre-set time described in the program as if it is live, freeing you from the stress of a live presentation and the potential technical issues that could arise. Following your talk there will be 3 minutes dedicated to Q&A’s. The Q&A will be live through Zoom. Questions will be facilitated by the moderators, but the presenter needs to be virtually present and available to answer questions.
Promising Student Award presentations
Please follow the format and instructions for podium presentations above. Note that you will have a 15-minute presentation rather than a 10-minute presentation. This will consist of a 10-minute presentation and 5-minutes for Q&A. Your talk should be pre-recorded and your Q&A session will be live.
We are excited to share with you that the poster presentation will consist of an uploaded image (.png or .jpeg) of your poster, the ability to present with video and audio by sharing your screen, and a live chat function. We ask you to create a horizontal image in either jpg. or .png format that will fit and pin into your poster booth: 800 (width) x 450 (height). The virtual format will provide you with increased exposure and feedback opportunities on your research. Indeed, the poster hall will not only be featured during a specific poster session but will also be accessible for the duration of the Conference, and attendees will be able to engage with your poster over that entire time.
ABSTRACT SUBMISSIONS COMMING SOON
Make submissions by email to firstname.lastname@example.org with the following subject line: “Human Movement Variability Conference 2021 - Abstract Submission” followed by the last name of the submitting author.
Abstracts must be submitted in the format of the MOVCENTR 2021-Abstract Template. Detailed format instructions can be found in the abstract template. Abstracts must be submitted as an MS Word document. Submissions that do not follow the required format or include numerous grammatical errors may result in rejection without review. *Please disregard the submission date within the template*
Within the abstract, those submitting must indicate their preference for one of the following: (1) Podium or (2) Poster. Submissions in both categories will be assessed by the same scientific criteria. The Scientific Committee will determine the final mode of presentation.
The presenting author is responsible to ensure all co-authors approve the abstract prior to submission and that data included in the submission has not been published elsewhere.
Submitting authors that wish to be considered for the Promising Student Award must indicate so within their abstract in addition to submitting the required award materials.