Presentation skills are a key factor in science and other areas to convey your ideas and to make new contacts. The BayCEER Workshop is a good opportunity to present your work to an interdisciplinary audience.
This course is for PhD and master students presenting an oral or poster contribution at the BayCEER Workshop. Take the chance to get feedback on your presentation!
(in red: new course dates as agreed on in August 13)
|Friday, September 27
S 132, NW III
We learn about and discuss principles of a good presentation of your work in posters and talks. We work on the formulation of your main message, question, and a "common ground".
|Monday, October 7
H 36, NW III
|We discuss your (draft) posters, lightning talks and presentation slides as well as the criteria for judging presentations.
Poster authors: Please bring a printout of your poster (A3 or bigger) and your lighning talk slide.
Talk authors: Please bring your presentation slides.
|Thursday, October 10
09:00 - 16:00
|The group is part of the jury for the best poster and best talk awards announced for PhD/master students. Feedback on presentations of the course participants is collected during the workshop.|
|Friday, October 11
S 132, NW III
|Concluding meeting: we give feedback and discuss the individual contributions as well as the experience of being part of the jury.|
This course limited to a maximum of 12 participants. It is open to master and PhD students. Priority will be given to members of the PhD program for Ecology and Environmental Research (PEER).
Participation is particularly encouraged if you give your first oral/poster presentation to an interdisciplinary audience. You may also participate if you want specific feedback on your presentation skills.
Please check the appropriate box in the online registration for the BayCEER Workshop if you want to participate.