Sixty Second Presentation (S2P)

The Sixty-Second Presentation (S2P) Competition aims to recognize Interactive Forum participants who can best highlight their technical concept in a compelling video of less than one minute.  In order to be considered, Interactive Forum presenters must upload their video at the same time as their final paper submission.  Winners will be determined by popular vote via an online rating system.

The S2P competition is open to all authors whose papers have been selected for presentation in the Interactive Forum, and can include submissions that span young professionals to IEEE fellows.  Entering this competition requires nothing more than recording and submitting a short video describing your work.  Interested authors should remember to keep it simple!  The video can be recorded with basic equipment, such as a cell phone, and does not have to meet any resolution or aspect ratio requirements.

Videos can be recorded either with or without visual aids, as shown in the different examples on the website.

Click here to view the Sixty Second Presentation (S2P) Details

Please send any questions to: kenneth.kolodziej@ll.mit.edu 

S2P Example Video 1:

Description: Sixty-Second Presentation (S2P) video example without visual aids in a vertical orientation.

S2P Example Video 2:

Description: Sixty-Second Presentation (S2P) video example with a single slide visual in a horizontal orientation.

 

S2P Example Video 3:

Description: Sixty-Second Presentation (S2P) video example with a full printed poster visual in a horizontal orientation.