As you may be aware, due to the COVID-19 pandemic the IAEA has transferred the FEC2020 conference to a virtual platform
The Local Organizing Committee (LOC) appointed AOS Company to handle the technical aspects of the conference and provide their virtual secure congress center ALGA (visit the ALGA demo).
ALGA will offer participants
A virtual auditorium for the scientific oral sessions (see the the IAEA program);
A virtual auditorium for side events such as virtual technical tours and dedicated technical webinars (see the Exhibitor program on the LOC website);
A virtual exhibition hall for FEC2020 sponsors and exhibitors;
Virtual meeting rooms which could be booked on demand
Registration to the virtual platform (see Information on Registration)
Participants who registered through the IAEA are automatically registered on the ALGA platform
Exhibitors and Sponsors shall register according to the sponsorship guidelines (see the page Become a Sponsor).
Guests and journalists will be kindly asked to send an email to the LOC, which will proceed to their registration.
Every registered participant will received by email, prior to 8 May a personal login and password to access the ALGA platform.
Scientific communications (see the FEC2020 IAEA scientific program)
- As decided by the IAEA every oral communication must be recorded before the conference (see the contributor guide).
- The oral sessions will be divided in two parts:
- First: the broadcast of the recorded presentations per each session;
- Second: a live slot with the chairperson and presenters for answering the questions transmitted by chat from the participants to the chairperson by a dedicated written chat.
- In April, chairpersons and oral session presenters will be individually trained to use the dedicated ALGA tools.
- For all of poster presenters, the IAEA is offering the possibility to record a short video presentation according to the poster status (see the contributor guide). The participants may interact with the poster presenter through a dedicated private chat which will be open during the poster day associated to the scientific program. In order to reach the global audience, poster presenters should be online and available during their dedicated day from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. CET
Time schedule management
- The IAEA has decided to broadcast the recorded scientific oral sessions and live sessions on the Central Europe Time zone (CET).
- For convenience, recordings of “morning” and “afternoon” oral sessions (CET) will be made accessible to view around 3 hours after they have been presented, or the day after at the latest. It will be possible to ask questions about recorded presentations once made available and up to the end of the week.