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AESC – The Rapid Fire Session – Virtual Event

Australian Institute of Geoscientists > Events > AESC – The Rapid Fire Session – Virtual Event

AESC – The Rapid Fire Session – Virtual Event

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Date(s) - Tuesday, 09/02/2021 - Friday, 12/02/2021
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Date & Time

9 February  2021 12 February  2021 


The Rapid Fire Session – An Excellent Opportunity for Early career and Student Earth Scientists


About

The Rapid Fire Session is being held as part of the Australian Earth Science Convention (AESC) which will be held between the 9th and 12th of February 2021. This AESC is a virtual event, presenters and the audience alike will be dialling in from around the world. The rapid fire session is an outstanding opportunity for participants to present their science in a friendly but competitive environment. Having a good elevator pitch is a skill many professionals require but rarely have the opportunity to practice.

The Rapid Fire Session is an initiative is designed to enable a large number of Early Career Earth Scientists, across all fields, to participate in a test of their abilities to rapidly and effectively communicate their fields and science to a diverse audience. The Rapid Fire Session is based on the extremely popular and ultra-competitive three-minute thesis competitions that operate at university, national and international levels. Each speaker is allowed three minutes and three slides to communicate the core of their earth science research or work.


Registrations

The session is open to all Honours, Masters and PhD students as well as Early Career Earth Scientists that have been working in their field for 5 years or less as well as Honours. Masters and PhD Students. Further information is in the FAQ document.

FAQ document

Registrations close on the 30th October, and there is no Abstract required just be registered to attend the conference.

Register Here