Semester Two 2015
Thursday 29 October
- Online registration to attend
- Call for papers
- Best Research Paper Award
|4-5pm||Conference paper presentations||Check program on the day|
|5-6pm||Conference paper presentations||Check program on the day|
|6-7pm||Announcements and keynote||Lecture Theatre 424|
|7-8pm||Refreshments||Staff Common Room 401|
All rooms are in the Education Building A35.
Professor Diane Mayer, Dean, will present the keynote.
Full details of the keynote will be posted shortly.
Click here to register to attend.
Registrations close Thursday 22 October 2015.
Presenting at a Research Students Forum is a great opportunity for higher-degree-research students to present in a friendly and supportive environment. Many students have said this is a great way to practice for an international conference.
As a faculty higher-degree-research student, it's also a requirement of your candidature that you present at a Research Students Forum.
Click here for details about your candidature presentation requirements
You can present a:
- 25 minute conference paper (15 minute presentation with 10 minutes discussion)
- poster presentation (poster presenters are required to be available for discussion at the forum).
To submit your abstract, register to present at the forum. The online registration form has an entry in which to submit your 250 word abstract.
Click here to register to present.
Registration to present closes on Thursday 8 October 2015.
If you are planning to present a conference paper at the Research Students Forum, consider writing a full paper and submitting this for the Best Research Paper Award.
Click here for full details.
Deadline for submitting your written paper is 5pm, Thursday 8 October 2015.
Volunteers are needed to help out at the registration desk - this involves handing out programs and name tags.
Academic staff are needed to chair the conference presentations.
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you'd like to help out.
Please contact email@example.com if you have queries regarding the Research Students Forum.