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Spread the word. Tips for sharing your Smart Structures participation.

Get the most out of your participation by sharing your involvement

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We want you to get the most out of your participation in SPIE events--that's why we are encouraging you to share your involvement. Those who share their participation in at least some form are more likely to have a successful event experience and help attract others for further learning, collaboration, and discussion.

Below, find tips on how to share your participation. 

Abstracts Due
16 October 2019

Author Notification
20 December 2019

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Tips for Authors: useful information about sharing

Tips for authors on sharing their Smart Structures participation

Congratulations – your conference manuscript was accepted! Now it is time to get the word out about your presentation. Use LinkedIn or Twitter to share the news of your upcoming presentation with colleagues and peers. Include a link to the conference website and post a message. Here are some examples to get you started.

Twitter My manuscript was accepted for #PhotonicsWest 2019! Come see my talk on optical coherence tomography in San Francisco on 1 February, Room C, at 10.00am http://bit.ly/SPIEPW2019.
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Twitter “I'm excited to announce that I will be speaking at SPIE #PhotonicsWest 2019! My team and I will share our latest research on 31 Jan at 2.00pm -- http://bit.ly/SPIEPW2019.
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Twitter “I will be presenting my latest results @PhotonicsWest 2019 in San Francisco. Stop by my talk if you're attending the conference! Details here: http://bit.ly/SPIEPW2019 Click to tweet this message.
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