Registration & Submission


Registration for the 2019 conference is now open

Eligibility



Talks


Deadline: 8th November 2019

General Infomation

  • As well as developing your communication skills, giving a talk can be a great way to organise thoughts related to your research and obtain valuable feedback.
  • Due to time contraints, only graduate students will be permitted to give talks.

Guidelines and tips

  • You may present your own research, a summary of the research conducted by your group, or a mixture of both.
  • Talks will be for 10 minutes, followed by 2 minutes for questions and changeover of speakers.
  • The audience will consist of graduates as well as others with a wide range of interests who may not be physicists. Talks should therefore be aimed at a general audience and should not be too technical. The skill and experience to be gained is in making the talk understandable to everyone.
  • Chris Haniff will be doing short talk with tips on how to present at a conference on 31st October at 2pm in the Pippard Lecture Theatre. This is strongly reccommended for all those applying to present either a talk or a poster at the Graduate Student Conference.

Posters

Deadline: 8th November 2019


General information

Guidelines and tips