8.30 Registration and breakfast
9.00 Welcome and opening speech
9.10 Communication workshop, part I: Make yourself - and your science - heard !
How do you make people listen to you? How do you make your research compelling to others? How do you make sure that what you say is understood – and remembered? In this session you will get tips, tricks and tools to make better science communication. We will among others work with body language, how to incorporate passion in your communication, the use of props and metaphors in performance and how to make good starts and endings. During the session there will be various exercises for you to train the above elements.
So in short; After this module you will hopefully be loaded with ideas on how to perform in an inspiring and memorable way – be it in the media, in front of a big audience or in front of a panel of employers.
The session is run by Line Friis Frederiksen who is a Danish biologist, tv-presenter and skilled communications teacher. She has for 8 years worked for the Danish broadcast cooperation, DR, producing and presenting science tv and radio. Also she has co-presented the show Deadly Dilemmas on the Discovery Channel and written a book on Charles Darwin as well as children's books on various scientific subjects.
10.30 Coffee break
10.50 Communication workshop, part II: Make yourself - and your science - heard! by Line Friis Frederiksen
12.15 Lunch break
13.00 How to find a career path outside of academia?, Morten Esmann, Senior consultant and career counselor, IDA
13.30 Company Speed dating. Get the insights of attractive companies. Who do they hire, why and how (in small groups)
15.00 3 min. Pitch competition! Pitch your research on stage. 3 best pitches will be guest speakers in our podcast Techtopia by Henrik Føhns
15.45 Drinks and networking