Poster presentation and submission
Guidelines for poster presentation
22nd IWLR will have both virtual and in person poster sessions.
All poster contributions will be available in the communication platform chosen for the virtual sessions, Slack. Conference participants will receive an invitation to join the Slack 22nd IWLR workspace of the poster sessions. Here authors and participants will be able to interact from the beginning of the conference. These interactions should be understood to be asynchronous rather than live, accommodating users from different time zones.
While we will have scheduled poster sessions in person, there will be no special times for their virtual version, as posters will be accessible online in Slack for the duration of the conference. Posters from authors attending in person will also be posted online, so that all works will be visible to everyone regardless of participation type.
All poster authors will have the opportunity to prepare a 2-minutes lightning talk video presenting their work. These videos will be linked to from the Slack channels of their respective posters. The format of the talk is free, with a maximum limit of five slides if prepared in presentation style. It is not mandatory to record a video, although we highly recommend it.
Guidelines for abstract submission
Abstracts of the poster contributions, with a maximum length of 300 words, must be written in English using the templates provided here (docx or odt format). Please do not introduce any format changes to ensure the uniformity of the submissions.
Submissions must be sent to email@example.com in pdf and one of odt/docx, indicating in the subject line the topic and the preferred type of presentation (oral or poster). Please choose the topic of your contribution among the following ones:
The wider context: ILRS, synergies with other services/techniques, TRF, GGOS…
Science and Analysis: analysis results, new strategies, POD, scientific missions support, data quality, systematic errors, assessment of network performance
Engineering: trends in SLR technology, station upgrades, new and future systems
Lunar Laser Ranging and Deep Space Missions: analysis, new lunar retroreflectors, station updates, new missions, transponders
Operations: automation, calibration and co-locations, safety, scheduling
New Technologies/Applications: space debris, time transfer, optical communications...
Missions: recent results, ongoing support and future launches
Please note that this list is not definite nor exhaustive. If the topic of your contribution is not explicitly listed here use the most general category where it may fit in.
Extended Submission deadline: 25 September 2022
Notification of accepted oral presentations (extended date): 9 October 2022
Presenter registration deadline (extended date): 16 October 2022
Size - AO (width 841 mm x height 1189 mm)
Orientation: preferred vertical
Please note that the abstracts of accepted contributions will be published online. Licensing details will be notified in due course, but a liberal license (such as CC Attribution should be expected).