Professional presentation of research results

An important part in preparing yourself for the presentation of your research results is learning about specific presentation techniques. Your success as a presenter depends to a large extent on "how" you present your information.

This workshop focuses on increasing your personal impact, including specific techniques for presenting academic papers at conferences, workshops, etc.

  • Gaining confidence when presenting – convert nervousness into positiv energy
  • Power up your personal impact
  • Taking advantage of a strong start and a strong close
  • Select audience focused information
  • Organization and structure of the scientific talk
  • Analyze your key messages for better understanding
  • Learning to use professional visualization techniques such as pictures,    diagrams and graphs
  • Practice using your own presentation topic and receive feedback from your peers

The goal of this two day workshop is that you have concrete guidelines for giving professional presentations. By following these guidelines you increase your confidence and impact. In addition, your stress level is reduced and you will be able to present your slides/flip charts in a professional manner.

 Please note:

Participation is subject to the successfully passed public presentation of your dissertation project.

Dates

Winter semester:

15 January 2018, 9am - 6pm and
16 January 2018, 9am - 6pm

Location: Center for Doctoral Studies, Berggasse 7, 1090 Vienna, Seminar room 2 (2nd floor)

Registration
: Online registrations

Summer semester:

28 May 2018, 9am - 6pm and
29 May 2018, 9am - 6pm

 


Registration takes place exclusively online via UNIVIS. We are sorry, but we cannot consider e-mail registrations. Please, mind the registration deadline, which generally ends 3 weeks before start of a course. With your registration you commit yourself to participating in the whole workshop. Course material is sent to a participant's unet e-mail address and has to be taken along to the workshop.

Trainer

Mag.Tasha Faltys-Linden