Network Science Institute Student Research Symposium
The Network Science Research Symposium is organized and led by graduate students affiliated with the Network Science Institute. It creates a platform to showcase a variety of projects done by young researchers in Network Science, to receive feedback and initiate future collaborations.
The 2nd annual NSRS features:
Research sessions consisting of oral presentations and short flash talks.
Grant unwind about how a grant proposal “unfoded”. Attendees will hear a different kind of perspective behind all the work that goes into a grant proposal, which hopefully will lead to a discussion of how to initiate and promote an early-stage research project.
Professional-life panel where faculty members in NetSI discuss a set of miscellaneous questions about professional life in academia/network science with young researchers. This panel is part of the NetSI professional practices seminar series.
Slideshow karaoke with dauntless presenters telling stories from a slidedeck full of surprise
Network trivia for fun
For more details and agenda, please visit the Symposium website.