• A Hybrid Conference – In-Person and Virtual Presentations
  • Technical Conference:  05 – 09 March 2023
  • Exhibition: 07 – 09 March 2023
  • San Diego Convention Center, San Diego, California, USA

Speaker Service Center

Welcome to the Speaker Service Center

The 2022 OFC Conference will be presented in a hybrid format with the option for speakers unable to travel to the meeting to present remotely during their scheduled talk time. This format will be facilitated using the Zoom web conferencing platform.

 

Speaker Timeline

7 February

Presenters were sent an email message requesting their planned presentation by clicking on the "Alert" pop-up box in their conference paper submission system account.

Further, poster presenters were provided with instructions on how to upload poster PDFs and 3-minute poster previews to the conference paper submission system.

11 February  Deadline by which all presenters were to have selected their presentation and engagement method based on in person or remote participation.
Week of 14 February Oral Presenters will receive an email message from EventSupport@ccrsolutions.com on how to upload their presentation materials
25 February Deadline for remote presenters to submit their prerecorded videos (and poster PDF, if poster presenter), and to register for the conference. 
2 March Presenters will receive an email message containing connection information and personal Zoom web link. (The link will be unique to each presenter and each session, and cannot be shared.) The email will come from "OFC (no-reply@zoom.us)".  
5 March Last chance to in-person presenters to upload their presentations to the presentation system and avoid download delays on site. 
1 Day Prior to Scheduled Session Presenters will receive a reminder email message reitirating the connection information and personal Zoom web link. (The link will be unique to each presenter and each session, and cannot be shared.) The email will come from "OFC (no-reply@zoom.us)".
15 Minutes Before Session Start Time In-person speakers should report to the meeting room and remote speakers should enter the virtual meeting room to receive any instructions from the room monitor or to work through any issues or concerns.