By Kim Morgan, on 19 November 2014
The Dean would like to announce the third Annual Faculty of Brain Sciences Postgraduate Poster & Presentation Symposium which will take place from 1-5pm on Wednesday 11 February 2015 in the South Cloisters, Wilkins Building.
The event will celebrate and showcase graduate research achievements and the unique multidisciplinary and integrative nature of research across the Faculty and is an excellent networking opportunity for staff and students as well as stimulating ideas for student research projects. The Symposium also offers PhD students an opportunity for professional development and to present their research to a wider academic audience.
Staff and all postgraduate students (MSc, MRes and PhD) are invited to attend the event, which will be followed by drinks from 5-7pm, where prize winners will be announced.
I hope you can come, and please encourage your PhD students to submit posters and your postgraduate students to attend.
a) Post-upgrade PhD students (including Professional Doctorates) are invited to submit posters of their research and offer a 2-minute presentation of their work. This presentation can be supported by a maximum of 4 PowerPoint slides. There will be prizes for the best posters/presentations. This is an open competition with only 50 poster positions available. Submissions will be accepted on a first-come first-served basis.
b) Pre-upgrade PhD students (including Professional Doctorates) are invited to submit posters of their research work in progress (no formal presentation). There will be prizes for the best posters. This is an open competition with only 20 poster positions available. Submissions will be accepted on a first-come first-served basis.
Students intending to submit a research poster at this event should email their name, department and a poster title to the symposium team : firstname.lastname@example.org by 7th January at the latest, electronic PDF versions of the posters should be submitted in advance by 28th January at the latest.
For any queries please contact the symposium team
Faculty Tutor’s Office Administrator
UCL Faculty of Brain Sciences
Room 241, 74 Huntley Street
London, WC1E 6BT
020 3108 2434 (internal 52434)