We hope that the Rapid Fire Talks prove to be an entertaining and engaging way to share research and experiences in digital disease detection. Below are some guidelines and helpful hints for a successful Rapid Fire Talk.
Please note that abstract submissions for Rapid Fire Talks are due on July 17th. If you have already registered and would still like to submit an abstract, or if you would like to register but have not finalized your abstract, you can send your abstract separately to Anna Tomasulo with DigDisDet: Abstract Submission as the subject line.
Once the Rapid Fire Talk schedule has been finalized, we will send PowerPoint templates to speakers onto which they will upload the content for their talks.
Guidelines for Rapid Fire Talks
5 minutes long
15 seconds per slide (20 slides total)
Slides advance automatically
Consider using more images than words
1 to 2 big ideas per slide
Make slides that are flexible so that if you fall behind the slides, the presentation will still make sense