If you don’t want to spoil this chance we strongly suggest:
Your talk must be dynamic and educative. Temember that you are in front of a broad audience who might not be familiarized with your work. Your goal is to clearly explain what do you do, how and why. We recommend you to avoid the presentation of results and publications: you’d better focus on the essence of your research, which might be more powerful to pave the way to new collaborations. Talks are short: do not use a large number of slides and do not full them with a lot of text.
Be careful with the time-duration of your talk. Once the time is over, it is over. We will shut down microphones and if necessary, even lights. The JIPI is full of activities and we need to follow the schedule. Important:
The maximum time per talk is: 1 speaker = 5 minutes; 2 speakers = 8 minutes; 3 speakers = 10 minutes.
Big advise: reherse. Present your work in a finite amount of time and to a diverse public can be very challlengin. For this reason, is convenient to practice. Rehersals will allow to to identify possible issues such as too many slides or too long/short/abstruse talk and you will feel more relaxed and ready to give the Talk.
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Despite it is not mandatory, we encourage the speakers to present their works in English (it is not mandatory). Talks are short and you are in front of an friendly audience. This is a very good chance to learn and improve your oral abilities.
Since 2nd JIPI participants can vote for the best talk in every session. In here, we ofer the oral contributions of some the winners of the 2016 edition.
Session I: The Man Who Solved The World (Technology)
Microwave hyperthermia for breast cancer treatment
Aleix Garcia Miquel
Session II: Humans just wanna have fun (Humanities)
Games telling (hi)stories?: Digital simulations mediating history
Federico Peñate Domínguez
Session III: Across the (bio)universe (Natural sciences)
Waking up the beast: ultra-energetic phenomena in galaxy mergers
Núria Torres Albà & Víctor Moreno de la Cita
Session IV: I want to link free (Social sciences)
How online social networks grow and compete: a complex systems perspective
Marina Arrasate Hierro-Olavarría & Komal Naz