NTU Doctoral Students' Research Festival
Friday 29 March 2019
This is an exciting opportunity to hear about the excellent research being undertaken by our talented postgraduate researchers.
- From: Friday 29 March 2019, 1.30 pm
- To: Friday 29 March 2019, 5.45 pm
- Registration: 1.30 pm
- Location: Level 0 forum and LT4, Newton building, Nottingham Trent University, Nottingham,
- Booking deadline: Friday 29 March 2019, 2.00 pm
The Festival provides a fantastic opportunity to practice communicating your world-leading research to a wider audience, to prepare for your viva voce examination, conference presentations, job interviews, and beyond. You are still welcome to participate even if your viva voce examination has already taken place.
You’ll hear from inspiring speakers about their multi-disciplinary research, how you might disseminate your work, and career journeys after a doctorate at NTU. You’ll also have the chance to share your research and gain valuable feedback from colleagues, through participation in a variety of ways, including:
- 3-Minute Thesis competition (3MT) - for year two PGR students and beyond.
- Digital Poster competition - open to all PGR students.
- Research Photo competition - open to all PGR students.
This event is open to staff as well as students. If you supervise postgraduate research students then please encourage them to get involved.
If you’re not presenting at the festival, please do come along to support your colleagues.
The festival will take place in Newton building, Level 0 forum and LT4.
Please be aware that there are two application forms to be completed for those presenting:
Please complete the relevant application form and note the deadlines for entry, criteria and rules.
Friday 29th March
1.30 pm - Arrival / registration / refreshments
View posters and research photos
2.30 pm - Welcome and first speaker: Professor Ian Clark, Informal Business & Employment Practices, Nottingham Business School, NTU.
2.55 pm 3.45 pm - First 3MT round
3.45 – 4.10 pm - Second speaker: Professor David Brown, Interactive Systems for Social Inclusion and Patient Rehabilitation, School of Science and Technology, NTU.
4.10 pm - Refreshments
4.20 pm - 5.10pm - Second 3MT round
5.10 pm - High tea and prize giving
5.45 pm - Close
Nottingham Trent University
Situated on the University’s City Campus, the Newton building is a short walk from Nottingham city centre. Due to our central location we don’t have visitor parking available, but public transport will bring you almost to our door.
If you’re intending to park in the city centre, the closest (and largest) facilities to our City Campus are:
For directions on getting to the City Campus, you can use our Get directions finder. The NTU City Campus postcode is NG1 4FQ.