The symposium agenda includes virtual five-minute scientific poster talks. We seek poster talks from graduate students, postdoctoral researchers and established researchers in the following topic areas:
- Advanced Ionization Techniques and Instrumentation
- Native MS-Guided Structural Biology
- Personalized Nutrition
- Other, including MS and NMR applications
All submitted pre-recorded poster talks will be accepted and available to registrants for password-protected on-demand viewing from October 7-November 6. Up to 12 pre-recorded poster talks will be selected for presentation with live Q&A during the symposium. Depending on the number of posters received, additional opportunities for live Q&A with all poster presenters may be offered during the 30-day viewing period.
- Email with intent to submit due by September 16
- Recordings of poster talks due by September 28
Send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org by September 16 to indicate your intent to submit a recorded poster presentation. Please include the following information in your email:
- Student, postdoc, faculty, research staff, industry professional or other (please specify)
- Poster Title
- Authors (presenting author first)
Recordings are due September 28. See instructions for recording below. A link for uploading your file will be sent to you by email.
All submitted pre-recorded poster talks will be accepted and available to registrants for password-protected on-demand viewing from October 7-November 6. Up to 12 of these pre-recorded poster talks will be selected for presentation with live Q&A during the symposium on October 7-8. We appreciate the extra effort of recording, and want to ensure maximum exposure for all. The number of posters received will determine how additional opportunities for live Q&A may be offered and structured, but we expect to cluster and arrange additional opportunities for live Q&A for all posters during the 30 day viewing period. Notification of selection for presentation during the program will be made by September 30.