Dear conference participants,
The EGU conference is about to start and the PROBE session on Monday afternoon as well!!
We are very excited to hear about your research and exchange nice discussions :)
With these instructions, we hope to make your time at the conference enjoyable and fruitful. We thought of setting up some additional tools for making the interaction during the session easier and for also extending the discussion time beyond the session time slot, if needed. You can find below all the information.
Session program: https://bit.ly/38ww1gB
In-person session logistic information:
Mon, 23 May, 15:10–18:30 (CEST), Room M2
Austria Center, Bruno-Kreisky-Platz 1, 1220 Wien, Austria
Online session on Zoom:
All sessions will be run as Zoom meetings. We encourage all participants to download and use the Zoom app rather than accessing the meeting via a browser;
Sessions can be accessed via the online programme. Please note that the respective "Enter Zoom Meeting" button will only appear approx. 15 min before the start of the session;
Alternatively, sessions can be accessed from the Virtual Conference Centre on the landing page;
Additional online tools:
Discussion pad: https://yopad.eu/p/EGU_PROBE_session
The discussion pad is a link where you can write your questions during the session, and get answered by the authors. We will also read those questions in the short discussion time at the end of the presentation slots. We invite authors to add in the discussion pad also a link to their material, either their presentation or additional material they would like to make available to foster the discussion on their research.
Gather town space: https://bit.ly/3yIYOJh
This space is thought to meet your peers online, either in pairs or in larger groups if you like, to go on with the discussions when the time of the conference is over. We invite you to use this tool after the conference session is over or during coffee breaks, not to steal time for the session discussion. On Gather, you will find an object holding the discussion pad, so you can easily find there the links to the material or the questions that were asked.