Asynchronous topical discussions will be conducted via Slack, a free and secure messaging service that can be used in a Web browser, in a standalone application on your computer, or via a mobile app available for iOS and Android smartphones and tablets. DPS 52 discussions will be organized by session into Slack “channels” and will be accessible only to registered meeting participants. Learn how to install and join Slack
Oral Presentation Instructions
Recorded talks must be received by Friday, 9 October.
The upload deadline ensures that we have enough time to receive, review, and publish your presentation.
A Note on Closed Captions
Vimeo supports the following captions and subtitles file formats: SRT, WebVTT, DFXP/TTML, SCC, and SAMI files, but we recommend using WebVTT whenever possible. We also recommend encoding your caption files in UTF-8 format. Otherwise, captions that contain special characters may not display properly during playback.
With the iPoster system, you will be able to create an interactive presentation that includes high-resolution images, high-definition videos, narration, interviews, viewer surveys, and more.
For an overview of editing the Templates and a look at how your iPoster will be displayed at your meeting, check out our Tutorials. If you have questions about creating your iPoster, you’ll find answers to most of them by visiting our Quick Guide and FAQ. If you'd like to see what your AAS colleagues have done at previous meetings (and how your iPoster will be displayed) take a look at the Gallery Screen from AAS 236