PSRC - Physics Student Research Conference
At the Physics Student Research Conference (PSRC) students of the Faculty of Physics have the opportunity to participate in a scientific conference prior to the beginning of their doctorate. The participants present their own research topics, e.g. their bachelor's or master's thesis, in short talks and discuss methodology and results with their fellow students.
The next PSRC will take place on January 18th, 2020.
The registration will be open from October 2019.
The PSRC is a student-to-student conference: undergraduate and graduate students from various departments of the faculty present their research done during their bachelor's or master's thesis. The audience consists of physics students of all semesters who are interested in the research of the faculty. If you want to participate, whether as a listener or as a speaker, you will find the registration form here.
Presenting your own research at conferences is a crucial means of communication for scientists.
The PSRC offers all participants a broad overview of the faculty's research fields. Thus, the research conference offers an ideal platform for exchanging scientific information, to get to know other subject areas and to talk about research perspectives for master theses or doctoral theses.
The speakers have the opportunity to present their research project in front of a student audience and to gain new inspiration for further research through the subsequent discussion. The three best presentations will receive the "Student Talk Award". The winners can look forward to high quality prizes.
Students who would like to present their research project are invited to take part in an exclusive workshop in order to practice essential rhetorical techniques and to polish their talk with the help of a professional trainer.
The talks will be in English and should last about 15 minutes. You will have 10 minutes to present your project to leave 5 minutes for discussion. The topic of the lectures is your Bachelor or Master thesis project at the Faculty of Physics. Your independent research work should take a central point.
Students who would like to give a talk can be nominated by their responsible professor (preferred) or can register via the registration form. Students who would like to attend the conference without own talk, please register via the registration form.
We are looking forward to your registration!
Faculty of Physics - Student Affairs