Postdocs@Tech and the Office of Postdoctoral Services are proud to announce:
6th Annual Georgia Tech Postdoctoral Research Symposium
Noon to 5 p.m., Thursday, September 19, 2019
Parker H. Petit Institute for Bioengineering and Bioscience (IBB) Suddath Room and Atrium
|11:30 a.m.||Poster set-up|
|12-1:30 p.m.||Lightning Talks Session I|
|1:30-3:30 p.m.||Poster Presentations and Reception|
|3:30-4:30 p.m.||Lightning Talks Session II|
|4:45 p.m.||Award presentations|
The Georgia Tech Postdoctoral Research Symposium awards are the only campuswide source of travel funds available to postdocs. We are currently working to confirm the awards that will be available this year and will add to the list below as we do. The 2018 Postdoctoral Research Symposium Awardees can be found here. There's also a great story about postdocs who started a collaboration as a result of meeting at the symposium here.
2019 Awards confirmed:
- Best Talk Overall - $2000 travel award, sponsored by the Executive Vice President of Research
- Best Poster Overall - $1250 travel award, sponsored by the Office of Postdoctoral Services
- Best Talk from the College of Engineering - $1250 travel award, sponsored by the Dean of Engineering
- Best Poster from the College of Engineering - $1250 travel award, sponsored by the Dean of Engineering
- Best Presentation from the Ivan Allen College of Liberal Arts - $1500 travel award, sponsored by the Dean of Ivan Allen College
- Best Talk from the College of Sciences - $1250 travel award, sponsored by the Dean of Sciences
- Best Poster from the College of Sciences - $1250 travel award, sponsored by the Dean of Sciences
- Best Presentation from College of Computing - $500 travel award, sponsored by the Dean of Computing
Abstract submissions are closed.
Georgia Tech postdocs are eligible to submit one abstract each. Postdocs who have a primary appointment at another organization and a secondary affiliation with Georgia Tech may present if there is space available, but they will not be eligible for travel awards.
Postdocs selected to give a talk will have five minutes to present their research and its significance. The Lightning Talk format was adopted in 2017 in response to feedback that more postdocs should have the opportunity to speak at the symposium. Plus, being able to concisely explain your discovery and its impact to a non-expert audience is a skill that all researchers need to develop.
Poster presenters should also present their research and its significance in about five minutes. The presentation should be geared toward a non-technical audience, as the majority of attendees and judges will be from outside of the presenters' discipline.
Posters should be no larger than 36 x 48 inches. Posters can be printed at the Multimedia Studio in the Library or Paper & Clay in the Student Center. The Petit Institute (IBB) and some schools also offer poster printing to members of their communities.
Judges Are Needed!
Academic and research faculty are needed to serve as judges for the talks and posters. Please volunteer to judge by signing up here.
Please send any questions to email@example.com.
The 2019 Organizing Committee for is composed of Sarah Barnes, Pradip Basnet, Samantha Buzzard, Sanaz Paran, and Jana Stone, Director of Postdoctoral Services.