Due to COVID-19 restrictions, many students and researchers have been unable to present their work at traditional scientific conferences planned throughout the year. A Twitter conference provides a worthy alternative, allowing researchers to present their work and to develop new collaborations without leaving the comfort of their homes. It is also a cost-effective and sustainable replacement with no carbon emissions from travel. Therefore, to provide an opportunity to CMS undergraduates, graduates and ECR’s we are pleased to invite you to join our first CMS Twitter conference, Interdisciplinary Science to Underpin A Sustainable Anthropocene (#BuildANewAnthropocene).

We encourage anyone who is interested in interdisciplinary science to participate as a spectator and to engage with presenters on Twitter. We encourage submissions from all CMS affiliated researchers, however, please note we will prioritise presentations to be given by CMS students and ECR’s.

The conference will take place on the 20th May, 2020 at 9:30am (Australian AEST)

Submissions have now closed. If you are interested in participating in the conference (#BuildANewAnthropocene) as spectator or presenter follow the instructions below.  

If you have technical issues using the twitter platform or require help with any of the steps below please contact us acserra@utas.edu.au).

CONFERENCE SCHEDULE
Download the conference schedule here

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INSTRUCTIONS

Information for non-presenting participants

If don’t wish to give a present but wish to participate as a spectator only. Please search the conference hashtag #BuildANewAnthropocene and you will be shown all the related posts and presentations. If asking a question, please direct the tweet with the question to the specific presenter(s) by using their handle(s) (@name) followed by the conference hashtag #BuildANewAnthropocene. You can ask questions during the designated question time (10 minutes) or after the conference.

Information for presenting participants

Send the following information to acserra@utas.edu.au by the 8th of May, 5:00pm

  1. Name
  2. Time zone (if not currently in Eastern Australia)
  3. Twitter account name
  4. Title (max 30 words)
  5. Summary of the talk (1-2 sentences)

If selected, our team will send notifications and presentation times to speakers by the 14th of May.

If you don’t have a twitter account, you will need to set-up one. It is very straightforward. See the links below on ‘how to’:

In order to prepareyour presentation, please read the instructions below carefully-  

example-slide

You need to search our hashtag #BuildANewAnthropocene to see all the posts related to the conference. Using dashboards services such as Tweetdeck or Hootsuite can help you a lot.Both dashboards help you to follow the conference related tweets, to check your notifications at the same time and allows you to schedule your tweets.

We encourage all participants to ask questions to presenters. When asking questions, please direct the tweet with the question to the specific presenter(s) by using their handle(s) (@name) followed by the conference hashtag #BuildANewAnthropocene. You can ask questions during the designated question time (10 minutes) or after the conference.

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Yannick Rousseau presents on ‘The interactions of artisanal fishing with humans and ecological environment'. This presentation was provided at the 2019 Centre for Marine Socioecology Annual Showcase in Hobart, Australia. Please note - slides have been edited to protect unpublished data.

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Dr Cayne Layton presents on ‘Safeguarding marine life: conservation of biodiversity & ecosystems'. This presentation was provided at the 2019 Centre for Marine Socioecology Annual Showcase in Hobart, Australia.

Dr Anna Farmery presents on ‘Food for all: designing sustainable & secure future seafood systems'. This presentation was provided at the 2019 Centre for Marine Socioecology Annual Showcase in Hobart, Australia. For more information about the Centre for Marine Socioecology please visit https://marinesocioecology.org/ or follow us on Twitter at @CMS_UTas.

Dr Camilla Novaglio presents on ‘Building a sustainable blue economy for the future'. This presentation was provided at the 2019 Centre for Marine Socioecology Annual Showcase in Hobart, Australia. For more information about the Centre for Marine Socioecology please visit https://marinesocioecology.org/ or follow us on Twitter at @CMS_UTas.

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