The suggested requirements are detailed below.
Hardware requirements: 2+ GHz dual-core processor (4‑cores recommended); 2+ GB of RAM (4 GB recommended), Windows 8+/Mac OS 10.13+/ Linux/Chrome OS
Software requirements: Google Chrome/Mozilla Firefox/Safari, preferably the latest version.
Also, ensure that you have a stable internet connection. We strongly advise against joining the session from a mobile phone, unless necessary.
The YIM 2022 program is themed on the idea of “community”, the holistic ecosystem that nurtures and sustains scientific discovery. It will feature talks by senior scientists, networking sessions, and panel discussions to address the importance of communities, not just at the level of a PI’s lab but also at the level of institutes, science and public. COVID-19 has sharply brought into focus our need to work collectively and early career scientists can explore the potential of collaboration and allyship. This will also bring to the forefront discussion on topics, including mentorship, setting up a research group, navigating the post-COVID world, and funding opportunities. Established scientists will describe their scientific journeys, sharing inspirational and amusing anecdotes about their experiences with younger scientists who are establishing their careers.
There will be a poster gallery for PDFs and YIs attendees of YIM 2022
Only for PDFs: When you apply for this meeting you are required to submit a recording of a lightning talk/elevator pitch. The lightning talks of all the invited meeting participants will be compiled into a database that will be shared with the institutional representatives attending this meeting.
Abstracts submitted by the participants will be combined to publish as an abstract book.