Apply now for the 2nd Annual CSA Postdoc Symposium Event
Deadline Extended to December 23, 2020
December 18, 2020
Following on last year's successful inaugural event, the Computing Sciences Area invites applications for 20 slots in the Second Annual CS Area Postdoc Symposium event to be held February 11-12, 2021.
Designed to provide area postdocs with communications training, mentorship, and coaching sessions, plus an opportunity to present their research in a public forum, the event includes a workshop and dry run, and then formal research presentations to the wider Lab community.
Workshop, February 4-10
A presentation development workshop, including an individual slide lay-down (30 minutes review and critique of draft presentations), takes place on February 4, 5, and 8. Then, on February 9-10, participants do a formal presentation dry-run with feedback from senior CS Area Staff (40 minutes).
Symposium, February 11-12
During the CS Area Postdoc Symposium days, participants will each give a 30-minute formal presentation (20-minute talk, 10 minutes for questions) to the wider Lab community.
Both portions of this year's event will be conducted remotely.
Apply by December 23, 2020
All CS Area Postdocs are invited to apply by December 23, 2020. Participants will be selected based on title and abstract; New presenters will be given preference.
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The Computing Sciences Area at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory provides the computing and networking resources and expertise critical to advancing Department of Energy Office of Science research missions: developing new energy sources, improving energy efficiency, developing new materials, and increasing our understanding of ourselves, our world, and our universe.
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