|Date||1. oktober 2015|
|Time and place||11:00-14:00 in meetingroom Romeo|
|Registration||To register, make sure you are on the 'English page' for this description. Is the menu at the top of the page in English and can you see a Danish flag?
If yes, then you are in the right place. Just click register.
If not, then you can see a 'British' flag. Click on that and it will take you to the English version of the page. Click on 'register' there.
Closing dat for this course is September 24, 2015
|ECTS||0,5 with presentation - 0,25 without presentation|
Underway seminars are informal seminars for PhD students and their supervisors held at least twice per semester. They are RSVP, which means we appreciate an email if you can’t attend or a simple online registration if you can. PhD students may hold a brief presentation, 20 mins., of some aspect of their project they'd like feedback on. Students are expected to hold one such presentation per year. New students will be expected hold a 10 minute presentation where they simply 'present their project' at their first seminar. Otherwise at Underway seminars we discuss course activities and other issues of concern for the PhD program.
- 11:00 – 12:00 Presentations
- 12:00 – 13:00 Lunch (free!)
- 13:00 – 14:00 Discussion of courses and other issues
When you sign up for the seminar, please indicate if you will hold a 20/10 minute presentation.
Seminar Leader: Dennis Day
’Our events are open free of charge to PhD students from our own program, and from all other programs provided they also offer tuition free of charge to our students. ’Soon-to-be’ Phd students may also attend with permission from the event instructors and the Program Director, whom you should first contact if this applies to you (Dennis Day: firstname.lastname@example.org). We are also very happy if senior members of staff wish to attend, particularly PhD supervisors, and will accommodate them in lieu of space. We ask all who attend an event to register. You’ll find the online registration form on the same page as the event description.’