• Talks will occur in 15 minute timeslots, with 12 minutes for presenting and 3 minutes for Q&A
  •  Please name your file LASTNAMEof listed speaker-Day-SessionFirstWord, for example, Fox-Wednesday-Women.pdf or Fox-Wednesday-Women.pptx 
  • Then upload your presentation to the ISEMPH Google Drive folder by clicking HERE By August 1st please, but later is possible if necessary. 
  • If the above link does not work you can paste this into your browser:
  • You may need to log into a gmail or google account to access this form. If that's a problem for you, then just bring your talk on a USB drive and don't worry about uploading.
    • Everyone giving a talk (including Themed Session, Symposia, Keynote, Prize Winners, etc) should use this same link and upload their presentations. 
    • Alternatively, you may have your presentation on a USB drive (aka "flash drive" or "thumb drive") and give it to Gillian Bentley the local host-- she will introduce herself at the start of conference. You must give her the USB stick with your presentation no later than breakfast on the day of your talk. We strongly prefer for you to use Google Drive if possible.
  • Your presentation must be Windows PC compatible. Recommended formats are Powerpoint or PDF. Do not use the Mac program Keynote.

See information on this page for poster guidelines and an option to have your poster printed in Durham. The deadline to submit your poster to DURHAM to be printed there is 25th July.

Format: Portrait orientation

Size: AO size (33.1 x 46.8 inches or 841 x 1189 mm).  Please note this is slightly smaller than the standard US size of 3 feet by 4 feet.


Please use this link to create or upload your slide

By 1-Aug-2024!

We also invite you to give a 1 minute flash talk in addition to your poster.  Each poster presenter will have 1 minute to present one slide. If you choose not to give a flash talk, please send an email to It’s totally fine and optional and up to you if you would rather do a poster only.

The slide presentation will be based in Google Slides, which is basically an online version of powerpoint. We have a Google Slides shared file to which each presenter should add their own slide. Your slide may be in any template or style. There are no formatting rules besides that you shouldn’t change the dimensions of the slide deck. The slide may have as many animations as you want, as long as it's on one single slide. Don't worry about the order of the slides, the program committee will update the order before the conference. 

You can either create the slide right there in the Google Slides website, or, create it on powerpoint and then upload it into the presentation by clicking File, then click Import slides (see screenshot, don't worry the screenshot is from 2023, it's just to show you the system). 

Because this is a shared file amongst all of us, do not edit or delete anyone else’s slides besides your own! Additionally, please make sure you save a copy of your own slide as a backup. It’s fine to download the full presentation to your computer as a backup, see screenshot for how to do this (don't worry the screenshot is from 2023, it's just to show you the system):

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