What virtual conference software is GRASFI 2020 using?
We are using Remo.co. Remo allows us to have concurrent parallel sessions and for you to network and move around the conference space during breaks– much like you would in a physical event. To get yourself familiar with the software we will send you a how-to video ahead of the event. To get you started, please watch the video below.
How do I register for the event?
Registration is now open via this page.
Will there be virtual side events and opportunities to network?
Yes. Side events will be posted to the program as they are confirmed. Our online software allows for networking in between presentations. Be sure to create your account on Remo.co before the start of GRASFI 2020 so you can add your details to your profile to create your virtual business card.
At what time and time zone will GRASFI 2020 convene?
The Conference will kick off at 7:30 am EDT on September 8. Plenary discussions will begin at 8 am Eastern Daylight Time (EDT) daily, followed by paper presentations from 9:30 am to noon EDT on the first three days of the Conference. Additional discussions and presentations will be made at designated times, accommodating various time zones, as specified in the program.
How will I present my paper?
Once you have registered for the conference as a presenter, you will receive a training video in your confirmation email on how to present in Remo. We are also hosting live training sessions in early September. Information on how to join these live sessions will be sent directly to the presenters.
Will I be able to practice presenting before the event?
What technology do I need to attend the event?
How do I access the Conference on the day?
Speakers will be sent instructions on how to access their sessions via email.
How can I become a sponsor?
Thank you for considering becoming a sponsor. Contact us at email@example.com to learn more and discuss your specific interests.
How do I access Remo from China?
Colleagues based in China might encouter some issues connecting to Remo, a Virtual Private Network (VPN) might be necessary.