Guide for speakers

The Audience

The interdisciplinary colloquium is open for all students, junior and senior scientists in the field of ecology and environmental research at the University of Bayreuth, which comprises a wide range of disciplines. Please aim your presentation at a mixed audience with differing level of knowledge in your field.

The Presentation

Presentations in English language are very welcome, as a lot of students and scientists in Bayreuth are from abroad. You may use your own laptop or a presentation laptop on site. Your talk should take about 45 minutes. It is followed by a discussion in the plenary. Audience and speaker are welcome to take part in a standing lunch snack afterwards.

Abstract

Please send an abstract until one week before your presentation to Birgit Thies for the announcements.

Arrival and Support

Details of travel and stay should be arranged directly with the inviting scientist. The talks take place in the GEO-building in lecture room H6. You can find a map of the campus on the webpage of University of Bayreuth.

Here is the link to this semester´s program:
We are looking forward to your presentation!

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