Young Researchers' Forum 2011
|1400 - 1410||Welcome and Introduction|
|1410 - 1500||Who we are and what we do|
|1500 - 1530||Presenting ourselves|
|1530 - 1600||Tea|
|1600 - 1630||GISc: hammers hitting nails?|
|1630 - 1800||What in our research are nails?|
|1800||Close for dinner|
|0900 - 0930||Report back on our tools and data|
|0930 - 1030||Critical appreciation|
|1030 - 1100||Coffee|
|1100 - 1215||Getting published|
|1215 - 1230||Wrap up|
|1230 - 1330||Lunch|
For the Who we are and what we do session, please prepare a short (maximum five slides / three minutes) PowerPoint or OpenDocument presentation to outline your current, or anticipated, research activity. You should include an indication of what stage of this work you have currently reached, the sort of approaches adopted so far and your ideas for the next stages in the work. The presentation should be stored on either a memory stick or a CD/DVD so that it can be loaded onto the YRF projection system; unfortunately there will not be time in this session to link up individuals' laptops to the projection system. If using PowerPoint 2007 or 2010, please save the document using the option for the earlier versions of PowerPoint (2000/XP/2003) to ensure compatibility, thank you.
The Young Researchers' Forum is facilitated by Bruce Gittings, University of Edinburgh, and Peter Halls, University of York. This year we welcome as mentors Muki Haklay, University College London; Małgorzata Leszczynska, University of Warmia & Mazury; and Dave Martin, University of Southampton.
P J Halls, March 2011.