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Separation Science Slam at HPLC 2023

Rock your science! Register for the HPLC Science Slam!

Bring your research from your laboratory to our stage!

 

Science slam is a science competition and another way of communicating research. It is not a scientific presentation. It is about young scientists bringing their own research closer to the HPLC 2023 audience in an entertaining and understandable way, clearly outlining the relevance of their research or offering a personal approach to their project.

You are on stage and have 5 minutes time to impress the participants of HPLC 2023 by free speech, animated PowerPoint presentations, illustrative images, a poem, a rap, a cabaret, ….your creativity!

It is a competition between the science slammers and the goal is to win the favor of the audience and jury! Not necessarily the most humorous contribution will win. To bring contents and amusement into a harmonious relationship, that is the goal of this modern science communication.

See the Science Slams of 2019: Link to YouTube

 


Awards


Gold = 1500 €, Silver = 1000 €, Bronze = 500 € *

* only registered participants

HPLC Science Slam jury

  • Georgia Greco (Knauer - Jury lead)

  • Rich Whitworth (The Analytical Scientist)

  • Deirdre Cabooter (KU Leuven)

  • Gunda Köllensperger (University of Vienna)

  • Caroline West (University of Orleans)

  • Oliver J. Schmitz (University of Duisburg-Essen)

  • Paola Dugo (University of Messina)

  • Alejandro Cifuentes (CIAL-CSIC)


Criteria for evaluation

  • An international jury will evaluate in addition to the scientific content, entertainment value and comprehensibility, creativity and technical skills.

  • Contributions with discriminative, insulting, or offensive language will be excluded.

 


Who can participate?

  • Scientists (academic or industrial) under the age of 35 working on research projects related to the liquid chromatography workflow (before, during or after).

  • The presentation must be based on the presenting scientist's own findings or work.

  • Based on submitted proposal, the six best contributions will be selected for the final round.

 


How do I apply?

  • Each participant must send the abstract of the project along with a short CV (biosketch no more than 200 words) to oliver.schmitz@uni-due.de.

  • The language is English, the text of the project abstract is limited to 100 words.

 


Application deadline

 

May 30, 2023

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The winners of the Science Slam at HPLC 2019:

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