Novel insights from state of the art greenhouse gas analyzers

Wednesday, June 12th @12:30-3:30pm ADT

is a Twitter Symposium?
Virtual conference that takes place entirely on Twitter

This low-carbon, cost-free conference is becoming popular!

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We have tweeted valuable content at conferences and now Eosense and Picarro have decided to take things one step futher by hosting an online conference entirely on Twitter! This low-carbon, cost-free alternative is becoming increasingly popular – bonus, no need to hop on a flight or book a hotel to attend.

What is a Twitter Symposium?

The twitter symposium will follow the same format as any conference; it will be broken down into 3 sessions, each run by a keynote tweeter. The theme for the 2019 twitter symposium is – novel insights from state of the art greenhouse gas analyzers. This is an opportunity to present powerful greenhouse gas emission research that has been collected using high-precision analyzers. We are looking for presenters, or should I say Tweeters for the following sessions:

  1. Wetland Research
  2. Agricultural Soil Research
  3. Other Soil Research(such as Arctic, Forestry)

Each presenter will have 5 tweets to present their research – posters can be used, but are not a requirement. The posts should follow the format of a research study – an introduction, methods, results and summary (graphs, images, video’s, etc are strongly encouraged to engage the audience). The audience will be able to ask questions or give comments directly on your posts – which you can answer after the symposium.

Hashtags for the symposium #GHGSymp2019
There will be separate hashtags for the sessions

We will be updating this page with a schedule and more in depth information for presenters/participants later on. For now, we need tweeters at attend the conference. Please fill out the form below to register for this event! We look forward to seeing what you all have been working on this year!

Brief description of your research