Scientific Presentation - Advanced
Location: Seminarzentrum, Kerpener Str. 15, 50937 Köln
Target group: Doctoral candidates in all disciplines
Participation fee: 40 Euro
This workshop focusses on preparing and giving a scientific presentation on an advanced level.
Participants should please bring a 5-7 minute presentation (with or without slides) about their current research.
To identify and improve both verbal and non-verbal speaking strategies
To adapt content to the audience’s needs and interests
To strengthen exchanges with the audience, particularly non-expert audiences
This workshop is designed for young academics who already have a good level of experience in presenting their research and who want to prepare for future career steps. In the course of the workshop, all participants will give their presentation in front of their fellows. Each presentation will be followed by a discussion slot and an intense 360-degree feedback given by fellow participants and the trainer. The feedback is based on the 12-Parameter Model which was designed by textATRIUM specifically for evaluating academic presentations. After the workshop, participants have a clear, realistic impression about their individual strengths and about aspects they should work on to become more successful.
John D. Kluempers, Ph.D in German linguistics., is well-acquainted with a variety of academic settings due to his university experience in the USA, Germany, and Japan. John is an expert for professional and scientific English presentations. Since 2010 John has led the "Scientific Presentation" section for textATRIUM.