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March 14, 2022 - March 23, 2022
The DATE 2022 virtual conference platform is now accessible for all participants. From today on, participants can watch the pre-recorded presentation videos about the scientific papers from tracks D, A, T and E. During the live conference in March, authors will only briefly pitch their work and engage in Q&A sessions to discuss their solutions and results. Please make sure to watch the pre-recorded presentations if you wish to participate in the live Q&A sessions in March. Please refer to the programme overview below if you are not sure which sessions include pre-recorded presentations. The programme overview picture legend shows exactly which sessions include pre-recorded presentations and which are fully live.
All participants who registered and fully paid their registrations fees have received their personal access data via e-mail on 15 February 2022, 14:00 (CET). If you are registered but did not receive your personal access details before 16 February 2022, please contact email@example.com
Upon accessing the personal access link, delegates will be asked to claim their accounts. Please check the necessary boxes, create a password and click “complete profile” (if you wish to enter further details about yourself) or “Continue to App” to directly access virtual DATE 2022.
Kindly note that you may only access sessions/content that is included in your registration, e.g. pre-corded presentation videos are only available for participants who registered for the conference (not tutorial or workshop delegates).
To get to know the virtual platform please thoroughly read our guidelines:
- for participants
- for technical session (co-)chairs (sessions that include pre-recorded presentations and live pitches)
- for (co-)chairs of invited sessions (sessions that are fully live)
- for speakers
- for sponsors
- for tutorial / workshop organisers
The DATE 2022 virtual conference platform can be reached here. You may use this video background for the DATE 2022 virtual live sessions. Session (co-)chairs may use this placeholder for the screen share in the beginning of the session.Share this post via: