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Instructions for Authors

Posters
Because of the difficulties inherent in coordinating multiple talks across multiple timezones, apart from our keynote speakers all ISSP2020 presentations will follow a poster format organized into sessions by topic. We ask that you prepare three things:
• a one minute / one slide 'blitz' MP4-format video providing an overview of your submission
• a ~5 minute 'poster tour' MP4-format video that can stand alone if necessary to present your work
• the poster itself, which can be in any PDF-supported format (single page, multiple slides) that you prefer
The blitz videos will be concatenated to provide an overview of posters within a given session. A convenient way to create video is to use the session recording features of Zoom. We ask that you have your poster materials ready for uploading by December 7th (one week prior to the meeting) to give participants in their various timezones a chance to view them and plan their session attendance accordingly.

Proceedings Paper
The 4-page proceedings paper is optional, and provides an opportunity to describe your presented work in more complete form than the original abstract. Please prepare your paper in accordance with the template provided here, using the original title and authorship of your submission. Proceedings papers will be made generally available at the beginning of the conference and thereafter through the conference website. Submission instructions forthcoming.