Pedometrics Webinar 2021

Dear colleagues,

Thank you all for your active participation, so far we have already more than 100 registrations! We are very excited about that! If you have not yet registered and do want to join us, please fill in the registration form : HERE

In this email, we give you some updates on the abstracts submission guidelines and information for the presenters.

We decided to set the deadline for abstract submission to 22 January. This will give us time for review and put together a programme with presenters.

Abstract guidelines:

The abstract has to be max. 500 words, excluding the title and author information. Furthermore we ask you to:

  • have a concise title,
  • include all author names and affiliations,
  • include a corresponding author with email address,
  • 3 keywords that capture the essence of your work.

Presenters guidelines:

  • 5 minute presentation
  • Prepare a research poster
    • Title is short and draws interest,
    • Word count of about 300 to 800 words,
    • Text is clear and to the point,
    • Use of bullets, numbering, and headlines make it easy to read,
    • Effective use of graphics, color and fonts.
    • Online there is a lot of information about how to make a good and attractive poster, see e.g. https://guides.nyu.edu/posters
  • Submission deadline 31 January. We will make all posters available online so that participants can view them and prepare questions for the discussion.

Updates on the programme:

DateGeographical regionLocal TimeUTC
Univrsal Time
Coordinated
Invited
keynote speakers
Invited Moderators  
2 FebruaryAmericas12 pm – 3 pm CSTUTC -6Colby Brungard-Alessandro Samuel-Rosa
-Marcos Angelini
3 FebruaryAsia-Australasia10 am – 1 pm WIBUTC +7Pierre Roudier-Alexandre Wadoux
-Wirastuti Widyatmanti
4 FebruaryEurope-Africa10 am – 1 pm CETUTC +1To be confirmed-Laura Poggio
-Nicolas Saby
Programme of the Pedometrics webinar

Each event will last approximately 3 hours and has the following setup:

∙         Opening and explanation on how the session is going to work (10 minutes)

∙         Keynote presentation (max. 30 minutes)

∙         Break (10 minutes)

∙         8 early career scientists talks – pitch of max 5 minutes (tot. 1 hr),

∙         Questions to talks (15 minutes) based on online available research posters

∙         Meet the expert (30 minutes) in outbreak rooms

∙         Closure (5 minutes)

The webinar will be held using Zoom. For those who are not yet familiar with Zoom, you can read more about the software here https://zoom.us/

If you have further questions, don’t hesitate to contact me,

Cheers, Titia