Over the last 350 years our lives have changed by the application of science, until the point of making it unrecognizable. However, it is not over yet, with every answer come more questions, and now it is a time of challenges and scientific opportunities. From the full understanding of the origins of life on Earth to how the human brain swork.
Godsbanen Remisen, Skovgaardsgade 3, Aarhus C Coor: 56.154278, 10.194980
Saturday 27th February
Event starts at 10:15
We are organizing a debate about the effects of the Internationalization of Science and the Partnership between Industry and Academia, with a focus on the Danish environment. We invite international and Danish scientists, and the different parties involved in the internationalization process of Denmark, as well as in the industry-academia gapto facilitate a debating framework with researchers, institutions, and society.
Why this seminar?
The Community of Spanish Researchers in Denmark believes that the knowledge-driven economy requires a flow between elements that traditionally have functioned separately: industry, academia, and internationalisation. A relationship between these is essential for innovation; however, it does not come naturally. Our Community aims to create a playground for all the parties involved to nurture this relationship.
Call for Posters
We invite the submissions of proposals for posters presentations at the event “Breaking down borders of Research”. Posters may describe recently completed work and/or relevant results of work in progress in all areas of science and technology.
Presenting a poster is a great way to disseminate your work and let the members of the Community of Spanish Researchers in Denmark as well as other attendees know about your topic.
The event “Breaking down borders of Research” will include a poster session for interactive discussion between poster presenters and attendees, plus a fast-forward presentation track where authors can orally and quickly present a summary of their work to all attendees.
The submission consists of a short abstract of maximum 1 page, written in English and giving an overview of what the poster would present. All submitted abstracts must be in PDF format and sent by e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org with subject “[Breaking] Title of your poster”.
Once accepted, please, prepare your poster in either portrait or landscape format of size A1 (21cm x 29.7cm).
At the event the jury will select the winner of the Most Educational Poster 2016 based on the criteria below:
Does the poster provide answers to the following questions in a clear and understandable (even for people not in the field) way?
– what is my research about?
– how am I developing it?
– why is this research relevant for society?
– in which way is internationalisation, and also the collaboration between industry and academia important to this research?
Deadline for abstract submissions: 23:59 (GMT+1) Feb 15, 2016
Acceptance/rejection notification: Feb 18, 2016
Posters session at the event: Feb 27, 2016
For questions or further information, please contact the Poster Session Chair: Lorena Ronquillo (email@example.com).