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An NCCR 2021 e-poster session

Despite the restrictions related to the COVID-19 situation, the NCCR Chemical Biology moves forward and invites its members to attend a new kind of poster session! An e-poster session allowing for networking, discussions is organized on Friday February 5, 2021. The session will be held via the interactive virtual platform Gather Town, offering a virtual customizable environment which allows for interactive elements, meeting spaces, and socializing spots. Our aim is to convey to all our members that they are part of something bigger than their lab and to partially restore, at least virtually, the lost interactivity we have enjoyed in the past.

 

Posters

We are aiming to receive at least one poster per lab and additionally kindly invite the NCCR Master students to present a poster about their research performed over the past year.

Posters will be presented during the respective poster live session whereby the presenter and participants will interact with audio and video – access limited to the registered participants. The poster files will be collected by the organizers solely for their upload in the platform Gather Town and will be deleted after the end of the event.

 

Programme

1:30 pm – 2:00 pm: Connection to the platform Gather Town so you have time to create your avatar (!) and get familiar with the space and functionalities. Information will be sent ahead so no one is lost or feel isolated.

2:00 pm – 5:00 pm: The e- session starts with an allocution from Howard Riezman and one from Robbie Loewith followed by a poster session.

You will be able to:

  • Discover posters and discuss on the spot with the poster presenter and any other person around
  • Discuss in a small group or on a one-to-one basis in the comfortable lounge we will set up
  • Know more on several salient NCCR deliverables to be discovered behind objects!
  • There will also be some unexpected relaxing spots.

5:00 – 6:00 pm: the platform will stay open for an extra hour, if there is extra momentum.

It should be fun!

 

Registration to this event is now closed.