When you register as a presenter, we ask you to pick a topic session for your presentation into which your contribution fits best. These sessions are:
- Session 1: Biodiversity Change (in the Anthropocene)
- Session 2: Molecular Biodiversity and Evolution
- Session 3: Biodiversity Dynamics and Complexity
- Session 4: Biodiversity and Society
- Session 5: Biodiversity and the Functioning of Ecosystems
- Session 6: Data – New Tools, New Codes, New Prospects
All topic sessions feature the following presentation formats for which you can submit a contribution:
- Standard talk (7 + 2 min discussion)
Traditional conference talk
- Speed talk (5 min + 5 min discussion after 4 talks)
Short and concise presentation of a topic, after the four speed talks, there will be 5 minutes for discussion. Doctoral researchers and flexpool scientists are particularly encouraged to give speed talks.
- Poster and demonstration
Each poster and demonstration is introduced in 1 minute with or without slides
Poster and demonstration sessions: Thursday, 6pm–8pm; Friday: 12pm–1.45pm
For demonstrations: All types of available resources can be used to illustrate the essence of the research presented, e.g. laptops to show pieces of software, practical exhibitions, photographs, nature crafts, experimental set-ups etc.
In addition, you can run a workshop (60 min) to brainstorm ideas or work on a project on the second day of the conference (30 August).
In case of any questions, please contact Rebecca Thier-Lange