Please find below important information related to your upcoming presentation at the ASA Annual Science Meeting.
Schedule: The final program is now available online via the conference website (asa2023.org). Please consult the schedule now and familiarise yourself with the day, time, and session of your talk, which may have changed from earlier versions. Notify the organisers immediately of any problems by emailing email@example.com.
Talk length: As noted in the talk acceptance email, all contributed talks are 12 mins + 2 mins for questions. This leaves 1 min in between talks which will be used to set-up the next speaker and play a short poster sparkler video. Plenary/Prize speakers should consult the schedule for the duration of their talk, accounting for Q&A time. Sparklers will not be played during plenary sessions.
The conference schedule is very tight, so please strictly keep to your scheduled time. Session chairs will be instructed to stay strictly on time.
Presenter File Upload
Please identify your scheduled session in the table below, and use the corresponding dropbox link to upload your presentation slides.
The plan is to run from a "presenter" macbook, with both Keynote and PowerPoint installed. We strongly recommend having a pdf backup available, please upload both to the dropbox link. Since we are playing poster sparklers in between the talks it will not be possible to present from your own computer.
Presentation files must be uploaded at least 24 hours in advance of your scheduled session.
Files not uploaded by this deadline will indicate an absent speaker, and your talk may be removed from the program.
Minor changes to your presentation file will still be possible on the day of your session, but only before 10:30am AEST. To update your file, re-upload to your session's drop box using the corresponding link below.
Many sessions will not be preceded by a break, so format checking on the presentation PC should happen well before 11am AEST, when sessions begin. You are responsible for checking that your slides display properly.
Remote presenters will be able to share screen, but please still upload your talk beforehand so we have it on-hand in the event that there are technical issues.