Oral presentations to be delivered in Harpa can be uploaded to the following Dropbox-folder "https://www.dropbox.com/request/zfqUJInZtzK9IDCINTim", at least 24 hours prior to your session’s start. Please name your files in the following manner: Weekday_TimeOfPresentation_YourName. Example: Monday_0930_JonSigurdsson
You can also bring your talk to the podium in the auditorium Silfurberg B, preferably between 08:00 and 09.45 on the morning of your session or in some of the earlier coffee or lunch breaks
Presentations to be delivered in Safnahús (Culture House) should be uploaded timely to the computers in the lecture rooms there, no later than 10 minutes before the start of your session.
Files should be in PowerPoint or Adobe Acrobat (.pdf) widescreen format (16:9). Mac users may want to save presentations as PDFs as we will be using a PC for all presentations.
Poster Presentation Guidelines
Each presenter is provided with a poster board that is approximately 1.2 m (h) x 0.9 (w) (4 ft high by 3 ft wide).
Posters should be designed vertical (portrait) in size A0 (84.1 x 118.9cm).
Place the title of your presentation prominently at the top of the poster board to allow viewers to easily identify your presentation.
Highlight the authors’ names and contact information in case the viewer is interested in more information.
Prepare diagrams or charts legibly in a size sufficient to be read at a distance of 2 meters.
Paragraph and figure captions should be at least in a 24-point font (0.9 cm height) and headers at least in a 36-point font (1.2 cm height).
Organize the presentation so it is clear, orderly, and self-explanatory. Use squares, rectangles, circles, etc., to group similar ideas. Avoid cluttering your poster with too much text!
Label different elements as I, II, III; or 1, 2,3; or A, B, C,; making it easier for a viewer to follow your display.
Include the background of your research followed by results and conclusions. A successful poster presentation depends on how well you convey information to an interested audience.
Please do not laminate your poster so that it can be recycled.
Posters can be placed on poster boards located in Silfurberg A on Sunday, after the public talk in Silfurberg B. Please take your posters down during the time interval 12-15 on Friday, 26 August.
Special poster viewing sessions are organized on Tuesday and Thursday afternoons. Posters must be put up well before the first poster session on Tuesday.
Posters will be on display for the entire week of the Symposium. The Symposium participants will, therefore, have ample opportunity to enjoy the posters and interact with the poster authors.
ABSTRACT SUBMISSION AND PAPER PUBLICATION
Participants who wish to present a paper (oral or poster) at the Symposium will be required to submit an abstract. The abstract should not contain any figures nor references and should not be longer than 400 words/2500 characters.
Note that submission of an abstract does not automatically imply that you will be submitting a paper for publication in Annals of Glaciology. You can indicate on the submission page if you plan to submit a paper, and your abstract will then automatically be transferred to the editorial committee.
Abstract submission opens:10 January 2022 Abstract submission deadline:1 April 2022 Notification of abstract acceptance:10 May 2022
Paper submission for Annals of Glaciology, volume 64, opens 1 May 2022. The final deadline for submission is 31 December 2022.
Papers can be submitted to the Annals of Glaciology volume by researchers who are not attending the symposium. You can click the link below to access the paper submission page on the IGS website: