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CoMPLEX Student Conference 2013
The annual CoMPLEX student conference (CSC) 2013 will take place at Cumberland Lodge on 7th & 8th May 2013. You will find more information about the conference on this page. For any enquiry, please do not hesitate to contact the organisation committee.
About the conference
The aim of the conference is to gather all current CoMPLEX students (MRes year through PhD3) in a relaxed and informal setting. The programme will consist of:
- Talks by external speakers, including an after-dinner keynote by Philip Maini
- Talks by current CoMPLEX students
- Poster sessions
- Computational workshop
- A group activity related to the theme of the conference
The theme of this year's edition is "Science Communication".
The full programme will be made available in the near future. Confirmed external speakers include:
- Philip Maini (Centre for Mathematical Biology, University of Oxford) who will give an after-dinner keynote.
- Steve Cross (Public Engagement, UCL)
- Clare Ryan (Media relation manager, UCL)
Who should attend? Do I have to register?
Attendance is mandatory for all current CoMPLEX students. Registrations is now closed. We will NOT be able to provide accommodation and catering unless you are registered.
What do I have to do?
Students are expected to give a talk, present a poster or take part in the computational workshop. Whatever your preference is, registration is mandatory.
Giving a talk
The conference represents an excellent opportunity for you to present your work to an interdisciplinary audience. The feedback from talks often prove to be very useful and help shape the future of a research project.
Participating in the computational workshop
Students who wish to present interesting computational methods (mathematical models, visualisation tools, novel analysis software, and so on) can take this option. Each student will give a flash talk (2-3 minutes) on their chosen method before the poster session begins, and will be available during one of the poster sessions to demonstrate and discuss the method. Students taking this option must bring their own laptop for the demonstration.
Students can also present their work in the form of a poster during one of the poster session.
The conference is organised by CoMPLEX PhD students in their final year. If you have any enquiry, please do not hesitate to email any of us (by clicking on the name below).
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