Pecha Kucha presentations
After the success at the ITER Edition in 2018, Pecha Kucha is a central programme element. This will be a first experiment in an online competition. To allow for a broad audience, the pecha kucha presentations are all plenary sessions.
Therefore, only 30 orals can be held in the designated time slots. The students who opted for an oral in March - and who were confirmed to do so - have the first choice in whether they want to do an oral in this conference. The first 30, based on registration date before March, will get the stage. However, students who also want to present are encouraged to join the reserve list: March speakers may not want to do it now or may not be able to.
Pecha Kucha is a strict format: 20 slides, 20 seconds per slide. The presentation should therefore transition automatically and the speakers should time their story.
To maximise spontaneity, prerecordings will not be allowed.
Practice. Practice again.