All attendees are presenting their work in in the form of a poster or talk. A schedule of all the talks can be seen HERE. This will appear in the Conference Handout, which everyone will receive a printed copy of when they register, so no need to print this. You should also be able to read this easily on your mobile phone, and on an iPhone, save it to iBooks to refer to offline.
It is not essential that you have finished your research. You can, in fact, even pose questions about your research that you would like help with – this is a conference by students, for students, and these presentations will help create discussion about everyone’s work.
There will be prizes for both talks and posters, so take some time in preparing your presentation.
Talks will run for the whole day, consecutively, within the single lecture theatre. Students will present a 8-minute talk on their research to the whole audience, plus 2 minutes to answer 1 or 2 questions from the audience. A general schedule of talk times can be seen below.
Posters will be displayed for the first week of the conference. Students will be allocated a stall number to hang their poster and will be required to stand with their poster for 9 poster sessions (3 per day). This is a fantastic opportunity for people to talk to you about your work, and for each conference participant to chat individually with a poster presenter about their work.