UK Colloids 2020 Online Flash Presentations

21 July 2020 14:00-17:00, United Kingdom


Introduction
The Joint Colloids Group is running a "virtual poster session". Present your lastest work as an "enhanced poster" (see below) or flash presentation. Registration is free but mandatory, whether you attend or present.

The event

  • Five-minute presentations (any number of slides) + Q&A
  • Presentations will be recorded
  • Top presentations, as selected by the audience, will receive £50 from the RSC's Colloids & Interface Science Group
  • Suitable topics are listed on the UK Colloids website

Giving a presentation

To be considered for a presentation, please email joint.colloids.group@gmail.com with the following information by 23:59 UK time (GMT+1) on Wednesday, 1st July 2020:
  1. Your name and affiliation
  2. Your career stage
  3. The title of your talk
  4. A brief abstract
  5. A statement that you consent to have your presentation and any discussion recorded.
Those selected to present will be informed by Friday, 3rd July 2020. They will need to send their presentation to the organisers by midnight UK time on Monday, 6th July 2020.

If the event is oversubscribed, preference will be given to early career scientists.

What's an "enhanced poster"?

Traditional posters are static and have limited space. In an "enhanced poster" you can build in animations, movies, interaction and effects. It can simply be a poster deconstructed into slides, or it could be a Prezi-style presentation or anything else that can translate to a shared video feed.

What topic areas are you considering?

We are using the themes from UK Colloids for guidance:
  • Rheology, Soft Solids and Complex Fluids
  • Biomimetics
  • Formulation Science and Engineering
  • Nanoparticles and Nanostructured Materials
  • Foams, Emulsions and Bubbles
  • Colloidal Suspensions
  • Self-Assembly
  • Colloids in Motion
  • Polymer Colloid Engineering
  • Encapsulation and Release
  • Wetting and Adhesion
  • Nanotribology
If you think it involves colloids then it probably does! You can read about them in more detail at http://www.constableandsmith.com/events/uk-colloids-202/conference-themes
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