Virtual Forum Papers
Virtual Posters | Flash & Dash Presentations | Poster/Paper Deadlines
Call for Posters and Papers
December 7-11, 2020
Interested in Presenting a Poster or Paper?
Forum participants can report research results in one of the following formats:
- Poster with an Associated Paper;
- Poster with an Associated Abstract;
- Stand-alone Paper;
- Invited Talk with an Associated Paper (for invited speakers only); and
- Invited Talk with an Associated Abstract (for invited speakers only)
Posters/Papers will be accepted in the following USWBSI research categories:
- Research Areas (RAs)
- FHB Management
- Food Safety and Toxicology
- Gene Discovery and Engineering Resistance
- Pathogen Biology and Genetics
- Coordinated Projects (CPs)
- Barley Coordinated Project
- Durum Coordinated Project
- Hard Winter Wheat Coordinated Project
- Variety Development and Host Resistance (includes ONLY the three CPs listed below)
- Spring Wheat Region
- Northern Soft Winter Wheat
- Southern Soft Red Winter Wheat
Please note: Poster assignments within the research area/coordinated project designations are subject to change based on the discretion of the NFO.
To present a poster with an associatied abstract or paper during the Forum, or to submit a stand-alone paper for inclusion in the Forum proceedings, you must complete the following:
If you would like to submit a poster abstract and/or paper, first please carefully review the instructions, and then complete a registration form (links below).
The 2020 National FHB Forum will feature a virtual poster room. Everyone is welcome to submit a poster (content protected PDF). This year there will be a few slight changes to the poster sessions. There won´t be any set poster sessions; posters will be virtually available for viewing by registered Forum attendees for one week (Dec 5th-11th).
Poster presenters need to attend the corresonding Research presentation session for their poster, where there will be a short Question & Answer period towards the end of the session for Forum attendees to ask questions about the posters.
First authors are encouraged, but not required, to submit a 3-minute pre-recorded video explaining their poster. For information on how to make a pre-recorded video, please click here.
First authors will receive instructions for uploading a content protected PDF of their poster with an accompanying video (if applicable) to a secure website no later than November 16th.
Graduate students, post-doctoral researchers and early career professionals have the opportunity to present a Flash and Dash (F&D) presentation for their poster during their designated research session. When registering a poster, the graduate student/post-doctoral researcher/early career professional should indicate their intent to present an F&D and then select the appropriate USWBSI research category that best fits their research. Flash and Dash presentations should consist of a 5-minute pre-recorded video accompanied by a 3 slide PowerPoint presentation which highlights your research. These video presentations will be viewed during the selected research session followed by a live Q&A for all presentations given during the research session.
- Microsoft Office's 'Record a slide show with narration.
|Nov. 6th:||Deadline for registration of Posters/Papers/Abstracts.
Deadline for the submission of abstract and paper content for inclusion in the Forum proceedings.
|Nov. 16th:||Posters/Papers/Abstracts Registration IDs for uploading posters will be distributed to First Authors.|
|Nov. 19th:||Individuals notified of selection for Flash & Dash Presentations.|
|Dec. 4th:||All posters (PDF Format) with associated video presentations must be uploaded to the Forum poster presentation website.|