Paris Redox 2020 Virtual Conference and Workshop Guideline - Paris Redox World Congress 2020 - October 8 - 9, 2020 - Virtual Congress

 

Paris Redox 2020 Conference & Workshop Agenda

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If you wish to visualize all talks (Major, Short oral presentations, and Posters), you can register here.
More than 60+ recorded presentations with a list of attendees, questions, and answers sent to speakers are also available and you can still ask your questions until November 9th.

 

How to Access to Paris Redox 2020 Virtual Platform?

Paris Redox 2020 Virtual Conference and Workshop Guideline

Dear Paris Redox 2020 Speakers and Attendees,

Hope you and your family are going well. We want to update you about Paris Redox 2020 meeting. The 22nd Word Conference on Oxidative Stress Reduction, Redox Homeostasis & Antioxidants will be held virtually on October 8-9, 2020 and all presentations will be pre-recorded video. The workshop How to Evaluate Oxidative Stress & Antioxidants will be organized on October 7, 2020, online and the workshop can be accessed on-demand.

 

In these particular conditions, we decided to organize the meeting Via a platform

1 - The meeting will be virtual. 

2 - As a major speaker, short oral, and poster presenter, you will receive an email from us with a link to record your talk Alone. 

3 - Your talk will be added on the platform as indicated in the program, from October 7 to November 9, 2020. After this date, all communications will be removed and destroyed.

4 - Concerning the Workshop which will be held on October 7: Dr. Ginette Dupont will talk online starting from 13:30 Paris time and the workshop will be recorded.

The totality of the recorded workshop will be available for 1 month.
If you did not already register for the workshop and you registered for the conference, please contact us to update your registration.

5 - Attendees can only watch the talk and will not be allowed to Register, Download, Transfer, or Record

6 -You can leave your question in the Q&A section of the presentation and authors can answer directly via our Platform.

 


Prior to the Conference: How to prepare your recording?

- All Invited Major Speakers are being asked to record their 25 minutes talks via the conference platform.
- All Short Oral contributions accepted are being asked to record their 10 minutes talks.
- For a Poster presentation, you have two options:
  • Option A: Submit your poster in PDF format which will be added to the Platform.
  • Option B: Present your poster orally with a maximum 5 minutes presentation.
    If you wish, you can send us both PDF Poster and Recorded Presentation

If you didn't receive the link to record your presentation, please contact us.


Conference Platform:

All contributions accepted by the scientific committee will be added to the specific conference platform prior to the conference, as indicated in the session of the program.

Attendees and speakers can leave their questions in the presentation chat window, which will be transferred to the speaker, chairman, and scientific committee.
 
Also within Platform, you can directly contact the speakers and attendees.

How to Access to all Communications?

Upon registration, each pre-recorded contribution can be separately viewed online from the date of the conference, October 29, 2020, until November 29th, via the use of access code. The "à la carte" presentations can be viewed in the comfort of your place.

We strongly recommend registering for both workshop and conference to obtain full access to the platform.


How to record your presentation?

Please contact us for more practical information.


For more info: Frequently Asked Questions

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