Poster session PhD day Guidelines and practicalities
The Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences and the Science Library invites all Ph.D. candidates at the faculty to participate in the Poster session on PhD day 2015 June 5th. The abstract submission form is now closed. Read more about guidelines and practicalities below.
Foto: Fredrik Hovind Juell
Reach out with your research
Grab the opportunity to reach out with your research in the foyer of the Science Library! If your abstract is accepted, your poster will be on display for students, fellow Ph.D. candidates, professors, faculty members and possible future employers on PhD day 2015! This is a unique chance for you to disseminate your research to a wide audience and to show that Ph.D. candidates at the MN faculty, the University of Oslo, care about science communication!
The posters accepted for participation on PhD day 2015 at the University of Oslo will be evaluated in seven equally weighted categories: visual expression, text and graphics balance, organization and flow, main points, creative elements, readability of abstract and poster presentation.
The poster session will take place in the foyer in the Science Library.
Size: A0 (portrait / landscape)
Format: .pdf or .pptx
Submit abstract (max 250 words) via nettskjema. Deadline for abstract submission: May 25th. NB: deadline extended to May 27th.
NB! The number of posters that will be exhibited is limited, and you will get feedback on your abstract from the jury on May 26th. We do not require that your results are previously unpublished.
If your abstract is accepted, you must hand in a file with your poster. Deadline for handing in the file with your poster to email@example.com: June 1st at 9:00 am.
Note that you are expected to participate and present your poster on PhD day 2015 June 5th.
Prize for best poster: NOK 10 000!
Further questions? Send them to firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Solveig Kristensen, Professor and Vice Dean, Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences, University of Oslo
- Jessica Lönn-Stensrud, Ph.D. and Senior Academic Librarian, The Science Library, University of Oslo
- Sam Bannister, Assistant Professor at Faculty of Communication, Westerdals Oslo School of Arts, Communication and Technology