NRP Graduate Student Symposium
The Northern Research Partnership in engineering and related disciplines is pleased to announce they are holding a NRP Graduate Student Symposium to be held in Sidlaw Suite, West Park, 319 Perth Road, Dundee DD2 1NNon 21 January, 2011.
Participation in this symposium is obligatory for all students in receipt of NRP Studentship but the event is open to all relevant staff and postgraduate research students across all three universities who are studying in one of the following NRP key research areas. For information on what each of the areas cover please click on the relevant link below (please note you may qualify under more than area):
- Civil Engineering
- Computational Systems
- Energy & Clean Technologies
- Medical Technologies
- Nonlinear & Complex Systems Group
Below are links for the programme, registration form and symposium poster. This is a free one-day event but registration is required by 12 January 2011.
All NRP funded students (and any other student wishing to present) must submit with their registration abstracts of papers by 12 noon 12 January, 2011 to allow the research area Directors to assess them. Papers not accepted for presentation may be presented as a poster instead.
Posters should be portrait in orientation and A0 in size unless otherwise agreed. Posters will be viewed during the buffet lunch and so may be mounted either during registration or the morning tea/coffee break. University of Dundee staff will be available during these times should you need any help.
This is a good opportunity for gaining experience of presenting to your peers and discovering other work in your area.
An award will be given for best overall poster and best paper delivered in each of the research areas.
- Download Symposium Programme (PDF)
- Download Registration form (MS Word Document)
- Download Symposium Poster (PDF)
Completed registration forms and abstracts should be returned to firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you have any queries, please contact Jane Fleming (email@example.com).