Pre-opening poster sessions
This will be an opportunity for our students to share their research with the community in the form of a poster. Attendees will have the opportunity to talk to students on a one-to-one basis and discover outstanding projects in fields such as Marine Science, Business, Nursing, Natural Sciences and Environment, Addictions and Gaming or History.
Three Minute Thesis Competition (3MT)
Our PhD students will be competing in this research communication competition, where they will give a 3-minute presentation. The 3MT is meant to make students provide a clear rationale to convince a non-specialist audience of the value of their research, focus on their work and focus on its complexities.
PhD Research Talks
Our students will present their projects and explain how their findings benefit our community.
Over the two-day event, students will deliver presentations on a variety of topics ranging from Endangered Marine Species, Gaming Addictions, Gibraltar’s Military Fortifications, Dementia Care, Child Protection Practices, Education to Zooarchaeology.
Each presentation will be 15 minutes long, including a brief Q&A session.
The breaks during the two day conference will provide an opportunity for the members of the public to interact in a more relaxed environment with our students, faculty members and Researcher Associates, either by the poster stands or by the research tables that will be located in the Atrium at Europa Point Campus.
Round table discussions
The round table sessions will wrap up the research topics discussed on the day and provide the final remarks by highlighting the benefits for the community.