Please study our detailed guidelines for the different presentation types:
The EGU General Assembly provides a forum for scientists to present their work and discuss their ideas with colleagues in all disciplines of the Earth, planetary, and space sciences. The EGU strives for an open and constructive scientific exchange based on mutual respect.
Please note that it is not permitted to take photographs, videos, or screenshots of any presentations (oral, poster, or PICO) unless explicit permission is granted by the author. Presenters are asked to include symbols encouraging or not allowing photos and screenshots on their presentation slides. More details are in the oral, PICO, and poster guidelines below. All participants are required to adhere to the General Assembly rules of conduct.
The EGU General Assembly facilitates the presentation of scientific results in the form of poster presentations, oral presentations, and PICOs. The EGU stresses that all scientific presentations at its General Assembly have equal importance, independent of format. There is no distinction regarding the standing, quality, or prestige of oral, poster, or PICO presentations.
All above-mentioned presentation types can be given either as on-site or virtual presentations.
Please respect the following presentation guidelines and rules:
- The EGU General Assembly provides a forum for scientists to present their work and discuss their ideas with colleagues in all disciplines of the Earth, planetary, and space sciences. The EGU strives for an open and constructive scientific exchange based on mutual respect. All attendees must adhere to EGU's Code of Conduct and the EGU General Assembly rules of conduct.
- Acceptance of an abstract and its inclusion in the programme of the General Assembly obliges the author or one of the co-authors to present the contribution at the time and in the manner indicated. If you know that your presentation will not be presented, you are asked to withdraw your abstract as soon as possible.
- At the conference, missing presentations are categorized as no-shows if the abstract has not been withdrawn by the time of the presentation as given in the programme. Such no-shows will be noted, and conveners will be informed after the conference. No-show authors will be asked for reasons. Without appropriate reasons, these abstracts and their PDF files will be removed from the conference website and a message "withdrawn after no-show" is added to the presentation slot in the online programme.
- Ensure that all images in presentations are attributed, including those from Wikipedia.
- If presentations include maps, authors are asked to adhere to United Nations naming conventions. In order to depoliticize scientific presentations, authors should avoid the drawing of borders or use of contested topographical names.
Conference time blocks
The main time blocks of the General Assembly are:
|TB6||19:00–20:00Medal lectures and townhall meetings|