If you have requested to give a parallel talk you will be assigned a particular session and the indico timetable will be updated in due course. We will keep to a strict 15 mins for your talk and questions - we suggest a 12 + 3 min format and will inform you of timing during you talk.
General instructions for all speakers (plenary and parallel sesions) follow:
- Please have your talk uploaded to the relevant Indico page 24 hours prior to your parallel session.
- Please ensure you talk is available in PDF format (other formats may be uploaded but we MUST HAVE PDF versions for the presentation itself). Note, you will not be allowed to use your own laptop for your talk, so make sure that any unusual fonts (e.g. the official STFC font) is embedded in your file when you upload.
- Please note that in an effort to ensure sessions do not over run, any significant loss in time due to failure to provide your talk in advance will be subtracted from your allotted time for the talk. This is done in order to ensure that speakers who follow you in the session are treated fairly.
If you have requested to present a poster you will be issued with a number at registration on Monday 8th April and we ask that you
- Ensure you poster is of A1 (portrait) size
- Display your poster at some time during the first day, Monday 8th April, so that posters are ready for sessions on the Tuesday and Wednesday.
- Please ensure you are tending to your poster during the designated poster session(s).
The Indico agenda and list of registrants can be found here https://indico.cern.ch/confRegistrantsDisplay.py/list?confId=214998
For information on getting to the University of Liverpool and on the location of the conference rooms can be found on our local Website for this event.
For those yet to pay can you ensure that payment is completed before attending the conference as payment will not be possible at registration. You can pay via credit card through the e-shop