IceLab Lunch Pitches continue at the KBC Interactive Focus Environment
[2017-11-08] The popular IceLab lunch meeting series continues. To promote meetings between researchers from different places or disciplines, Icelab organises interdisciplinary research lunches with the vision to let ideas meet and mate. Welcome to the first interdisciplinary lunch pitch at KBC Focus environment! Inspire and get new inspirations
On Tuesday, November 14th, at 12:00, the new series of lunch pitches will continue in the new KBC Focus Environment.
Karolina Broman, Department of Science and Mathematics Education
Title of her pitch:
Scientists as role models – students’ interest in and ideas about research and researchers
Martin Rosvall, IceLab and Department of Physics
Title of his pitch:
How do we come up with and execute research ideas that are breaking boundaries?
We gather a diverse crowd and a researcher gets about five minutes and minimum number of slides to pitch an open problem in her research, reaching out for complementing expertise and collaboration. We will provide for free as fancy food as we can given the university rules for internal representation, and spend the rest of the time brainstorming in smaller groups. In this way, you will spend your lunch in a fun and productive way, and potentially open new avenues for research at the university.Book your sandwich for 14th November (latest on 13th November 12.00)
More lunch pitches will be organised every other Tuesday: on November 28, and December 12. If you would be interested in pitching an open problem, please add your name to the dates that work for you: https://doodle.com/poll/ub5a6ewczz3xxdhhor contact the organiser of the lunch pitches, Martin Rosvall, by Email, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Picture: Lars Knutsson (Karolina Broman), Mattias Pettersson (Martin Rosvall)
Editor: Eva-Maria Diehl
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