All Bruker Prize, plenary and invited lectures will be delivered “live” by the speakers, followed by interactive Q&A sessions. The full programme contains live sessions to running 14:00-18:20 BST (UTC+1) daily, to maximise potential involvement across a range of time-zones, with pre-recorded contributed talks to be watched in advance of the live Q&A sessions and the paracat satellite meeting running 1200-1230 daily. Further details of the main conference programme including the arrangements for contributed talks are available on the abstracts page. This year posters are being presented online to download from the posters page, accompanied by a 3- minute pre-recorded “poster pitch” hosted on YouTube. A live poster Q&A session is taking place on Zoom on Friday 16th April.
The password for the poster page and link to the private YouTube channel hosting poster pitches and pre-recorded talks has now been sent to registered delegates.
The conference booklet containing all abstracts is available for download below:
For easy reference the most up to date version of the programme is also visible below:Cardiff_BOOKLET_FINAL3_programme