Registration to November Networking – ALD at Aalto University is now open! Registration is made via a Webropol link: https://link.webropolsurveys.com/S/13250A53DDFF0ED7.
Also: November Networking – ALD at Aalto University has now a webpage! The event webpage is built as a “page” into Catalysis Professor’s Open blog: https://blogs.aalto.fi/catprofopen/ald-networking-nov-2019/.* Here, event-related info will in the future be collected and updated. You can find the registration link, too, via this webpage.
- For oral presentations, registration DL is 13.11.2019. Types of oral presentations: (i) research group presentation, (ii) company presentation, and (iii) 2-min pitch talk for a poster. Types i and ii have been agreed in advance with the people concerned; Type iii (2-min pitch talk for poster) is open for submissions by anyone interested. Time reserved Type i and ii presentations will depend on the number of presentations (less than 10 min, in any case) and will be communicated to the presenters as soon as possible after the registration closes. Title of your presentation is needed, to be included in the programme, which will be made publicly available via the event website. The slides of oral presentations need to be provided in advance to enable a smooth event.
- For poster presentations (without 2-min pitch talk), registration DL is 25.11.2019. Poster size: A0. Title of your presentation is needed, to be included in the programme, which will be made publicly available via the event website.
- For registrations without presentation, DL is 25.11.2019.
As the event is all about networking and meeting people, latecomers may also show up at the event (but if you did not register, you may be left without coffee etc).
* A “page” and a “post” may look similar to a casual visitor, but there is a conceptual difference: a page is to be updated regularly, while posts are written and published at once, and the contents typically remain. This difference is reflected also in the composition of the automatically generated link to the page and post – the page link contains no date info, for example.