21 June - 25 June 2021, Virtual Conference

4th European Conference on Flood Risk Management

Science and practice for an uncertain future

Video/audio presentations required for all accepted abstracts

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This is a quick reminder for all authors who have had an abstract accepted either for oral or poster presentations that you are required to prepare and submit a video or audio presentation no later than 1st June 2021 and this whether you have chosen to submit a paper or not.

All authors accepted for oral presentations must prepare a video or audio presentation of 10 to 12 minutes, with poster authors required to prepare a video or audio presentation of 3 to 5 minutes. We would also kindly ask you to supply a PDF version of your presentation and poster.

You can find instructions on how to record a video or audio presentation and upload it to the web gateway in this video. If you need a background for your video, you can download the FLOODrisk2020 virtual conference background here.

A FLOODrisk2020 background for your videos

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For those of you currently preparing video presentations for your papers and/or posters who would like to use a specific FLOODrisk2020 background, we have prepared such an image.

You can download here, a background image to use in your Zoom or Teams video recordings if you so wish. There are no obligations to use this background, you may prefer to use your own company background. 

Don't forget that you will need to register here to access all the conference sessions and networking functionalities.

Instructions for presenters

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We are looking forward to welcoming all delegates and presenters virtually from 22nd to 24th June 2021. We will publish further instructions on how the conference will take place in due course. In the meantime, we have prepared specific instructions for all presenters, papers and posters, for preparation and upload of your video or audio presentations.

Instructions for paper presenters:

All authors are required to upload a 10 to 12 minutes video or audio presentation and PDF version of their presentation no later than 1st June 2021, i.e. 3 weeks prior to the conference opening date. Access to the pre-recorded presentations will be opened for all delegates on 8 June 2021. This should ensure that delegates have ample time to view presentations and submit their questions ahead of the live question and answer and discussion sessions. Access to videos/audios will remain open throughout the duration of the conference and after the conference.

All speakers must be present for the live Question and Answer sessions featuring their presentation. A full programme of these can be found on the programme page. Please ensure that you are available at least 15 minutes prior to the start of the live Q&A session. Links to those sessions will be provided in due course. Note that all live sessions will take place via Zoom and will be recorded. You will be able to add the timeslots for the Q&A sessions that you wish to or have to participate in to a personalised calendar to build your own personal conference timetable.

You can find instructions on how to record a video or audio presentation and upload it to the web gateway in this video.

Instructions for poster presenters:

Poster presentations have been added to parallel sessions. This is a great opportunity for poster authors to present their work in high profile sessions. All poster presenters are required to upload a 3 to 5 minutes video or audio presentation and PDF version of their poster no later than 1st June 2021, i.e. 3 weeks prior to the conference opening date. Access to the pre-recorded presentations will be opened for all delegates on 8 June 2021. This should ensure that delegates have ample time to view presentations and submit their questions ahead of the live question and answer and discussion sessions. Access to videos/audios will remain open throughout the duration of the conference and after the conference.

All poster presenters must be present for the live Question and Answer sessions featuring their presentation. A full programme of these can be found on the programme page. Please ensure that you are available at least 15 minutes prior to the start of the live Q&A session. Links to those sessions will be provided in due course. Note that all live sessions will take place via Zoom and will be recorded. You will be able to add the timeslots for the Q&A sessions that you wish to or have to participate in to a personalised calendar to build your own personal conference timetable.

You can find instructions on how to record a video or audio presentation and upload it to the web gateway in this video.

Instructions for all:

Don't forget that you will need to register here to access all the conference sessions and networking functionalities.

 

Don't forget to register

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Now that the programme has been published, we wanted to remind you tat you will need to register online here to gain access to the conference virtual hub, all the presentations, exhibition hall and live sessions. 

We also have made a few modifications to the programme so please check it up to make note of those changes.

We have also published a set of instructions on how to participate for delegates, authors, poster authors and exhibitors.

Don't hesitate to contact us if you have any question not covered in these instructions.

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The conference in numbers:

150 papers

500 delegates

30 countries