At the end of this brief presentation, they will outline specific issues or dilemmas they are having with their research. The discussion leader(s) and the audience (who will have read the abstract prior to the session) will explore these issues for the remainder of the time (20 minutes). The audience will offer questions and comments that will prompt discussion and provide constructive feedback.
Active researchers, students and postdocs are encouraged to submit abstracts for consideration for a rogano presentation.
Note: there is a separate timeline for submission of rogano abstracts - opens 13 January and closes 28 February 2020.
Interactive panel discussion/colloquium: panel presentations provide the opportunity for a panel comprising up to three experts to deliver related presentations followed by interactive discussion with participants.
Panel presentation sessions will be 90 minutes long, with 45 minutes for the presentation and 45 minutes for discussion.
The abstract should summarise the theme of the session, as well as details for each panel member. The abstract should describe questions that will be addressed by the panel, and list any underlying issues to be discussed.
Workshop: allocated 90 minutes in a concurrent session. Abstract to include details of topic, presenter(s), process and desired outcome.
Poster presentation: AO portrait (841mm x 1189mm) posters will be on display during the Symposium and authors should be available to discuss the poster’s content with delegates at the Symposium. Where possible, an electronic version of the poster (in pdf or jpg format) should be provided for inclusion on the Symposium website.