Wish to improve presentations? Join our webinar on visual storytelling!
ICES Strategic Initiative on Integration of Early Career Scientists (SIIECS) seminar series continues featuring a guest speaker presentation by Tom Langbehn, University of Bergen, on visual storytelling.
Good science is lost if not communicated efficiently. We understand visual information faster than reading text. Therefore, visualisation is an important element of science communication used everywhere from tweets, to slides and posters, to manuscripts. This makes data visualisation a generic skill in academia, the industry and public life. But how to we get from data to compelling figures and visualisations that tell a story? And how do we best arrange them for slides or posters to convey our findings more efficiently? In this webinar, we will start with the basics. We will discover some of the most common pitfalls in visualisation, discuss composition and design from figures to scientific posters and introduce some of the tools that will help you get there.
Are you stressing about presenting a poster or a paper at an upcoming conference? SIIES online seminar series provides an informal and supportive forum for especially early career scientists to practice giving oral presentations. During the session, presenters get constructive feedback while using the opportunity to get rid of their 'nervous jitters' before their actual presentation.
The seminar series takes place every two months, on the second Tuesday of the month at 13:00 – 14:00 (CET):
14 May13 August12 November
How to attend as a presenter?Interested in presenting your research at the event? Get in touch with us by filling out this form.
If you are presenting a poster, please keep your presentation within 2-5 minutes. If you are presenting a paper, please keep your presentation within 10-15 minutes. Each presentation will be followed by a Q&A/feedback portion.
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