These sessions for oral presentations are scheduled with a number of papers that will permit to dedicate around 12 minutes to the oral presentation of your work and 3 minutes for questions. Please, you will be kindly required to accept the indications of the session chairman concerning time limitations. Usually, some time for 2 or 3 questions will be allowed at the end of each presentation.
Posters must be displayed during the specific poster session of the conference on the assigned panels (your poster will be allocated on a specific panel). It will also be a specific session for poster presentations indicated in the scientific program. Posters can occupy a maximum surface of A0 format: 119 cm (height) x 84 cm (width). It is recommended to use large fonts and drawings to make the poster readable at a distance of about 80 cm. It is also advisable to display the posters during the whole duration of the conference session on the assigned panels.
Although IWBBIO organization encourages an active participation in the conference, authors who are unable to attend the conference in person due to funding issues concerning travel expenses may participate with a virtual presentation. Virtual presentation will consist of a recorded video or recording slides with voice-over where authors could present their accepted contribution (around 10-20 minutes). These videos or slides will be available for attendees in our conference website. An online platform to submit your virtual presentation will be provided before the conference is held.
Following, some information about virtual presentations is clarified:
Prof. Roderic Guigo
Coordinator of Bioinformatics and Genomics at Centre de Regulacio Genomica (CRG). Head of the Computational Biology of RNA Processing Group. Universitat Pompeu Fabra
Prof. Joaquin Dopazo
Director of the Computational Genomics Department (Centro de Investigación Príncipe Felipe- CIPF), Valencia, Spain
Prof. Jose Antonio Lorente
Director of Centre for Genomics and Oncological Research (GENYO), Granada, Spain
Pfizer-Univ.Granada-J.Andalucia Centre for Genomics and Oncological Research