Science Slam 2021
How to participate
Produce and submit a three-minute-video using the entry box on the bottom of this page.
Contributions will be published on the congress platform. Submission will be accepted up until 5 October 2021 when voting goes live. Congress registrants will judge your entry based on two criteria:
- Did I have fun?
- Did I learn something?
Presenters of the three highest-rated performances will be invited to participate in a live Science Slam on Thursday 7 October with the chance to win a great prize!
Taking part in the Science Slam can also be a first step or ‘rehearsal’ to presenting at a future EAPC congress – try it out, build up your confidence and then submit an abstract for an oral presentation next year! To encourage newcomers, we are opening the Science Slam to non-registered congress delegates. However, if you are not registered you will only be allowed access to the live performance on 7 October, and only if your presentation is among the top three highest-rated entries.
Prof Dr Berend Feddersen has kindly prepared a tutorial with some ‘tips and tricks’ to get you started.
If you need more assistance, the EAPC is offering two webinars led by Berend Feddersen:
- 17 August 2021 at 2pm-5pm. Personal teaching session 1 – Aim: Find your topic, reflections on first ideas of presentation, tailoring your presentation style, sharpening the question: What do I want to say and why it is important for me?
- 15 September 2021, 2pm-5pm. Personal teaching session 2 – Aim: Discussion of first video examples, final work on details like facial expression, timing and using of additional material/props.
More details will follow.