The second annual retreat for COMPUTE took place 19-20 August, 2013, at Ystad Saltsjöbad. The theme for the retreat was Science writing and publishing. The retreat was hosted by Dan Csontos (Elevate Scientific, former Editor of Nature) and his co-workers Geoff Marsh (former editor of Nature) och Tanja Jensen (expert on communication in life sciences).
The detailed programme is found below together with a group photo and the list of the top three posters at the retreat's PhD student poster competition - congratulations to winner Minchao Wu (Physical Geography)!
The programme for the 2013 retreat:
|10:30||Bus leaves Lund from outside Ekologihuset (Sölvegatan 37, Lund)|
|13:00-14:00||Publishing with impact||Dan Csontos, Geoff Marsh and Tanja Jensen (Elevate Scientific)|
|14:00-15:00||Anatomy of the scientific paper, part I||Elevate Scientific|
|15:45-16:30||Anatomy of the scientific paper, part II||Elevate Scientific|
|16:30-17:00||Preparation time for student talks (to update with any techniques learned so far)|
|17:00-18:00||Student short-talks (highlights of posters) – 2 minutes per talk|
|20:00-||Poster session with drinks|
|08:30-10:00||Writing with structure and flow||Elevate Scientific|
|10:20-11:50||From lab to journal/ Ethical Issues/Concluding remarks||Elevate Scientific|
|11:50-12:00||A few final words from the organizers, poster prize winner etc.||COMPUTE steering group|
|14:00||Bus leaves Ystad|
|1.||Minchao Wu||Response of vegetation structure to extreme climate events in Europe: Analysis from a fire regime perspective"||Physical Geography|
|2.||Anna Stöckl||Higher-order visual processing in nocturnal hawk moths||Functional zoology|
|2.||Filip Szczepankiewicz||Imaging the microscopic anisotropy of diffusion in the human brain||Medical Radiation Physics|
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