Presentation Requirements

Welcome, Conference Speakers!

We look forward to having you present at the SEG 2022 Conference, to be held August 27-30, 2022. This conference will be a hybrid event delivered both virtually and in person at the Sheraton Denver Downtown Hotel in Denver, CO, United States. We plan to remain flexible, with regular updates to be posted below as they become available.

You should have received an email containing complete instructions on uploading content to your account in the Abstract Manager. If you did not, please email Alice Bouley, SEG Managing Editor.

Key Dates

May 31, 2022 (MDT): Confirmation of your acceptance to present

June 30, 2022 (MDT): Presenter conference registration deadline

August 1, 2022 (MDT): Deadline for upload of pre-recorded presentations

August 25, 2022 (MDT): Speed talk and bonus content released to attendees

August 27-30, 2022 (MDT): SEG 2022 Conference

Speaker Training

Oral Presentations

All technical session speakers are required to respond to the "Oral Presenter Questions" in the Abstract Manager website so that we know if you plan to provide a live presentation (in person or virtually) or a pre-recorded presentation. Note: pre-recorded presentations must be uploaded by August 1, 2022.

We encourage you to include the SEG 2022 logo in your presentation slides.

SEG 2022 logos (ZIP)

Instructions for Pre-Recording

Presentations must be no longer than 15 minutes. Consider allowing time for questions, if desired. All presenters must provide pre-recorded copies of their presentations no later than August 1, 2021, regardless of whether they plan to provide a live presentation during the conference.

Presenters must assign copyright of their presentation to SEG. Without assignment of copyright your presentation will not be included in the virtual conference platform. Copyright transfer is part of the upload process.

Presentation Preparation and Requirements

  • Presentations are 15 minutes.
  • Presentation slides should be created at a 16:9 ratio.
  • Presentation video files should be created at a 16:9 ratio, and submitted in the MP4 format. Video should not be larger than 1080p (1920w x 1080h pixels) or smaller than 720p (1280w x 720h pixels). Please ensure your slides and face are both visible on the screen in the recording. See Microsoft's instructions for saving a presentation as a video.

Uploading Your File

Please note: The following instructions are for existing users who uploaded an abstract to the Abstract Manager website. If you were not required to upload an abstract, you will receive a link in the instruction letter that will take you to the upload area.

  • If you are an existing user, please return to the Abstract Manager website and sign in. From the main menu select "My Profile," then select the uploads link on the right side of the line in the "My Presentations" list to open the submission form. Drag and drop your presentation video file to the upload target area. Uploads for large files may take several minutes. When the upload is complete the uploaded filename will appear in the file list next to the target area. If the filename does not appear in the upload list then the upload has not been successful. If unsuccessful, please attempt a second time and if you are still unsuccessful, contact technical support at
  • After the upload is finished, please complete the assignment of copyright question and save your response.

Live Presentation Instructions: Virtual

Presentations given live during the SEG 2022 Conference will be streamed into the Hubilo virtual conference platform. A pre-recorded copy of your presentation is required and will serve as a backup in anticipation of unforeseeable connection issues during the event. Please review the information above for submitting your pre-recorded copy.

Live Presentation Instructions: In Person

Presentations provided in person will be presented on stage before an audience. The talk will be recorded and shared with virtual attendees in the Hubilo conference platform.



Borden Putnam

Technical Program


Edith Newton Wilson

Technical Program

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