On Thursday, October 7, the Physics and Astronomy Department will have a special colloquium. They will have a series of department-wide talks during the regular colloquium time slot (3:30-4:30 pm). Everyone will have exactly one minute (sharp) to introduce themselves and present their research to the entire department. Everyone (students, postdocs, staff, faculty) is encouraged to participate! It is a great way to meet new people in the department and see all the different things they are working on.
The format is simple:
-precisely one slide per person (static pdf) -everybody needs to present their own slide -include your name and email address on your slide -in case you are part of a group effort, it would be helpful if the PI would collect the slides from the postdocs and (under)grad students and put them in a logical order and then send in the slides
Like last year, everything will be on zoom. The host will share the slides, and you will then speak to your slide. Please make sure that your mic and camera are working before to minimize debugging zoom issues. It would be great if everybody could join with video to see a face with the slides.
The entire slide show will be posted on the department website, so please don't include anything you don't want to be made public.
Please send your slides to firstname.lastname@example.org by the end of the day on Tuesday, October 5, with the phrase "1-minute slide" in the subject line.