Air Quality: Science for Solutions

 Due to the COVID-19 virus, the conference will be virtual again this year and split into two half-days.

5th Annual conference: Wednesday afternoon, March 24, 2021
Thursday morning, March 25, 2021
Registration deadline: March 20, 2021. Abstract Deadline: March 1, 2021.
Conference Schedule is TBD.

The conference will be hosted via Zoom. Zoom link will be emailed to registrants.

You can download the 2021 Conference Flyer.

Presenter Guidelines

Abstracts:

Abstracts should be limited to approximately 350 words. (Honestly, shorter abstracts are more likely to be read by everyone anyway.) Please submit your abstract as a pdf. If your abstract is accepted, the pdf you submit will be exactly what is posted on the conference website and agenda.

Oral Presentations:

Talks will be 15 minutes maximum with 5 minutes for Q&A and the transition to the next speaker for a total of 20 minutes. Please set a watch, clock, countdown timer, etc where you can see it. We will step in to keep things on track if we must.

The meeting will be done via Zoom. You will get details as we get closer. If you have questions please contact Seth Lyman.

Poster Presentations:

Thank you for preparing a poster for the Science for Solutions conference.  We look forward to viewing it and learning about your work.

 

1.       Because it will take a few days for us to get all the posters uploaded to their respective web pages, please send John Sohl your poster file no later than March 15th.  Earlier would be better.  We can’t guarantee that late posters will be included in the conference.

 

2.       Please email the poster file to jsohl@weber.edu this email will handle files as large as 30 mb.  We discourage files larger than this, since conference attendees will need to download your file to view it.   

 

3.       There will be a conference website with a table that will list each poster with links to both the abstract and the poster itself. There will be Zoom breakout rooms for topic areas with several related posters in each room. Presentors will have about 10 minute blocks to discuss their posters with others in that breakout room. 

To accommodate this format, we ask that you submit a poster with these characteristics:

 

·         The poster file must be in PDF format.

 

·         The poster file must consist of a single page (don’t send us a presentation with multiple slides).

 

·         The poster should be in a landscape layout (wider than it is tall).  We prefer an aspect ratio of 16:9 or 16:10, since that is what is used for most computer screens.

 

·         We prefer posters that are readable as a single page on a medium-sized desktop computer screen (maybe a 17” screen).  Please make your font and images large enough so readers don’t have to view your poster while drastically zoomed in. 

 

·         We encourage you to embed links to videos, additional tables and figures, or other supplementary material into your poster.

 

-Conference organizing committee