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Technical Sessions and the NOBCChE ConneXions Poster Competition

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Details for Podium Presenters
We encourage you to upload your presentation in advance.  You may do so here.Be sure to also bring a copy with you on thumb drive or other device. All presenters must use the laptop provided.  Your presentation will be pre-loaded on the computer.  If you have any questions about when you will be presenting, you may consult the schedule at the top of this page.  Early next week we will be sending out instructions for accessing the conference mobile app that will include room locations.  A moderator will introduce your talk at the indicated time.  Please stay within time constraints.  Pointers will not be provided, but you can bring one with you.  Please plan on being in your presentation room at least 30 minutes prior to the start of your session.  For example, if you are in Analytical 1 which has its first presentation at 8:00 am, please be in the room by 7:30 so the moderator can confirm everyone is present and deal with any last-minute questions. 

Details for Poster Presenters
Posters will be judged between 2:30 pm and 4:00 pm on Wednesday, September 28.  You should plan on being by your poster during this time and be prepared to answer questions.  Posters can be put up between 1:30 pm and 4:00 pm on Tuesday, September 27.  Your poster location will be designated by the acronym for your discipline and your submission id number, eg. ANA 91   This designation will be in one corner of the poster board.  Boards are 8 feet wide by 4 feet high.  You may use any portion of this space.  You should bring your own pins to attach your poster.  There will be an information table immediately outside the Exhibit Hall to assist with questions.   The posters will be setup just outside of and inside the exhibit hall (Panzacola).  Posters with designations are listed here


 

Above is an example of a poster board.  Your poster must fit within the white space on the board.