We look forward to all authors joining us for the virtual conference format of IEEE CCNC 2022. Please see below the specific presentation instructions depending on the format of the papers. All authors (except Demonstration and Poster tracks) are expected to present live at the conference using Zoom, through screen sharing and activating their video for increased interaction and engagement. However, Internet access and available bandwidth may not permit live streaming at all locations. So, we would like to offer the opportunity to authors to upload a video as backup, in case the live streaming fails. Demonstration and Poster tracks have to upload a video as the primary presentation format. It is the author’s responsibility to ensure the quality of the video recording. Even if the recording is ultimately played at the conference, at least one author must participate in the live Q&A following each talk.
General video upload instructions:
- Go to EDAS (https://www.edas.info/)
- Go to My...>My Papers
- Click on your paper title
- Upload your MP4 video file to your paper record via the "Virtual Presentation Upload" option
- All video uploads in EDAS must be completed latest by Dec 30, 23.59 US ET.
Main conference track presentations:
- Presentation time: 16 mins. 4 mins of Q&A per paper.
- There are 4 papers per session in general (2 sessions have 3 papers that may allow for longer presentations)
- Presentation time: 12 mins. 3 mins of Q&A per paper.
- 6 papers per session in general (2 sessions have 5 papers that may allow for longer presentations)
- Presentation time: 3 mins.
- Videos must be recorded and uploaded in advance.
- Attendees will be encouraged to watch the videos ahead of the conference.
- No separate poster needs to be prepared.
- The session chair will replay the recorded videos one after another.
- After the first 20 presentation videos, there will be a live, open Q&A session of 8 mins covering collectively all the posters. There will be a similar open Q&A session of 8 mins after the last 20 presentation videos.
- ○ At least one author per poster must attend the entire Poster session.
- Presentation time: 8 mins. 3 mins of Q&A per demonstration.
- Authors must upload 10 mins of recorded video, which will be played back during the presentation slot. Attendees will be encouraged to watch the videos ahead of the conference.
- The video must cover the technical contribution and must show fully the operation of the hardware/software being proposed.
- At least one author must participate in the live Q&A that follows each presentation.
- Authors do not have to prepare any additional slides, but may choose to do so if it helps them to share slides/video and explain better in the live Q&A session.
- Presentation and Q&A time as decided by Workshop Chairs. Please check the workshop page for the specific workshop, or reach out to the Workshop Chairs. All presentations are expected to be live, with video as backup only as per the general guidelines above.