Jacob Priddle, Queensland University of Technology
Share your work with peers around the country, build networks and be in the running to win up to $400 in prizes!
As part of the AMSI Winter School program, all participants are expected to give a brief 10-15 minute Participant Talk on your research interests and/or PhD thesis topic relevant. Note: Presentation lengths and timings will be confirmed closer to the event.
You will be asked for your talk title on the Winter School application form.
Round 1: Presentations will happen concurrently in smaller groups. After the session, the group votes for their favourite talks to determine 1-2 ‘winners’ from each group.
Round 2: Group session ‘winners’ present their talk to the whole conference delegation. Audience members will vote for their favourite talks to determine an overall winner who is awarded a prize.
Presentation slides can be preloaded onto the computers in the QUT presentation rooms ahead of the Participant Talk session. For virtual participants you will be able to use share screen in Zoom to display your slides during your talk.