PhD NANO 2011

20-21 October, Copenhagen


Poster and presentation

Sending in your abstract

All PhD students should bring a poster (preferably in A0-format) to the workshop and send in an abstract via email. Please download the template for abstracts and send your formatted abstract to Aleksandra Malko no later than Wednesday, 12 October, 2011. Otherwise, your abstract will not be in the book of abstracts.

Template for abstracts

Giving a presentation

At the conference you will also give a 3 minute ppt presentation of your poster to all the other participants. The aim of this presentation is to generate interest from the other participants to come and visit your poster.

Furthermore, every oral ppt presentation will be judged on quality by three of your peers. Every poster itself will also be judged by three of your peers. Hence, every participant will have the task to judge three oral presentations and three posters. This assignment will be random and you will be told how to perform the judging and who to judge at the registration desk when you arrive. After each session the judges will give this constructive critique to the recipient and will also have the opportunity to talk to him/her about it in more depth.

At the event in Copenhagen

Please bring your presentation in ppt or pdf format on a USB stick to the registration desk for download to the presentation computer, when you arrive. We will use a PC as presentation computer.

The presentations will be 3 minutes long, with strict monitoring of time. Please, make sure you practice accordingly. Check out this link for some tips on effective poster presentation.

For further questions contact Morten Christensen

Chalmers University of Technology DTU Imego Lund University