This salon is about mastering a convincing performance in scientific presentations. To do this, it's necessary to stay on top of and observe how others present their research. Based on feedback, participants learn what captures the interest of their audience and holds their attention.
As a prelude, theoretical basics are taught by trainer Ric Oquita. In the four subsequent sessions, small exercises are offered and three presentations of 10 minutes each are given per session.
The audience will give feedback after each presentation.
The aim is to confidently present one's own research project at events such as conferences and use acquired sovereignty in presenting their own research project when dealing with journalists.
To be allowed to present your project, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org (subject: DRS Science salon) and explain in two sentences what motivates you.
Do you have a conference coming up where you will present? Do you have an interview with a journalist planned? Are you looking for a research partner?
Do you want to gain more self-confidence in presenting?
If you register without sending an email, you might not get a presentation spot. Feel free to register even if you do not plan to present something on your own but would like to learn from your peers.
Snacks and beverages will be provided by the Dahlem Research School.
As this is the first time, we are offering this Science Salon, we welcome your collaboration and participation to customize it to your needs and desires.
More information and registration here.
Zeit & Ort
26.05.2023 - 30.06.2023
Dahlem Research School, Hittorfstraße 16, Room 004