General guidelines for presenters
You should expect an audience with a wide and diversified expertise. Please, take care to properly introduce your research to make its main message understandable including for researchers that are not specialized in your field. Select figures and text in your presentation accordingly. Please remember that MedCLIVAR serves as a scientific network to promote better communication among different scientific disciplines and to develop a multidisciplinary vision of the evolution of the Mediterranean climate.
Guidelines for remote (online) participants
Remote connection to attend the conference will use zoom. Participants should download a zoom application on their computers and phones. The link will be emailed to participants and presenters immediately before the conference. The link is private and it should not be shared with anyone outside of the conference. If you are entitled to attend remotely, but you have not received the link, please contact
m dot said at uca dot ac dot ma
a dot benkaddour at uca dot ac dot m
Participants are asked to keep their microphone mute during the presentations.
Guidelines for remote (online) presentations
Spekersare asked to keep their microphone muted except when presenting. All speakers are expected to deliver their presentations in real time (12 minutes + 3 minutes for questions). However, to limit possible problems with failing connections, ALL REMOTE PARTICIPANTS ARE REQUIRED TO SEND THEIR RECORDED PRESENTATION TO a.benkaddour at uca.ac.ma . The required format is mp4. The recorded presentation will be used only in case of failure of the web connection
Guidelines for poster presentations
Poster boards have dimensions of 84cm width × 120cm height. All the material necessary for attaching the poster to the poster board is available at the facility desk in the poster area. The number of each poster paper and of its corresponding poster board is given in the appropriate session programme.
All posters will be displayed for the whole duration of the conference. Authors are kindly asked to put up their posters at the beginning of the conference and take them down before leaving the conference. At the end of the conference, any remaining posters will be disposed of by the conference staff and will not be stored. The time when authors should be in attendance at their poster session is given in the programme.
Guidelines for oral presentations
The duration of standard oral presentations is 15 minutes, including 3 minutes for questions and discussion (e.g. a 15-minute talk should be 12 minutes of presentation + 3 minutes of discussion). The duration of invited presentations is 30 minutes, including 5 minutes for questions. The authors are kindly asked to upload their presentations 15 minutes prior to the time block of their presentation on the computer available in the room. It will not be possible to use your own laptop. Use pdf or windows ppt file formats.
Inclusion of your abstract in the conference programme obliges you or one of your co-authors to present your contribution at the time and in the manner indicated. If you already know that your contribution will not be presented, you are asked to inform the organizers as soon as possible.