The 2017 East Midlands Doctoral Network (EMDoc) Postgraduate Research Conference is an opportunity to present your work via a presentation or poster on Wednesday 13 September.
This friendly and relaced conference will be hosted at the University of Nottingham and is a great opportunity to promote your research, and meet and network with other postgraduate research students from around the East Midlands. The conference aims to encourage interdisciplinary dialogue among postgraduate students from a range of disciplines.
To help you get started, we are running an abstract writing workshop on Friday 26 May. You can book your place through Central Short Courses.
The theme for this year's conference is "Global Perspectives" - how your research impacts global challenges or inspires a better future. This could be by developing a potential solution to a specific problem, discovering a new way of working, opening up a new way of thinking about a subject, or inspiring others to make a change in the world.
During the conference, selected research postgraduates will give 10 minute oral presentations or poster presentations, relevant to one or more of these areas:
- Culture and communications
- Society, health and wellbeing
- Sustaining our futures
- Business, politics, social responsibility and justice
- Science, engineering and technology
- Learning and development
Submit your abstract by Monday 19 June through the Graduate School website.
Posted on Friday 19th May 2017