2020 SEAS Grad Research Seminar Series

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Engineering Graduate Student Council and Office of Graduate Student Affairs are proud to present the SEAS Grad Research Seminar Series. This event is co-hosted by Graduate Student Affairs and Dean's Office.

The Seminar is a venue for all Engineering Students to present posters of their research around the broad topic of Engineering for Humanity: Creativity. This is an amazing opportunity for student researchers to showcase their research to the wider SEAS community and for students interested in Engineering for Creative Humanity to witness the combined effort of all SEAS departments in a single location. The event aims to promote a sense of community among SEAS graduate students, as well as encourage research integration and potential collaborations across departments, especially at this special time. 

The Seminar will be host once a month, either virtually or in-person if permitted. Each presenter will have 15 mins to present their works and 5 mins for questions. All presenters will be given a certificate and a small prize for participation. With the presenters' permission, the seminar will be recorded and shared within the community.


 

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FAQ:

The seminar series is themed to be Engineering for Humanity: Creativity, broadly-defined. Any SEAS graduate students are welcome to present if they can broadly align their topic with Creative Humanity.

All Graduate Students in Columbia Engineering (M.S. terminal, M.S. leading to Ph.D., Ph.D., M.D./Ph.D., EngScD) and in good academic and disciplinary standing are welcome to submit the abstract for the presentation. Current members of the EGSC Executive Board are not eligible during their term. 

All students, faculties and staffs in Columbia Engineering are welcome to join the presentation day.

All submissions are online via the link here. While submitting the abstract, the slides and presentations are not required. Accepted applicants will be notified as soon as the decision has been made. The talk will be scheduled no sooner than 14 days from the notification date.

All you need is the abstract and a short description stating how your abstract aligns broadly with Columbia Engineering's 'Creative Humanity' goal. The slides and presentations are not required.

All applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis by members of EGSC Executive Board and Graduate Student Affairs (GSA). Accepted applicants will be notified as soon as the decision has been made. The talk will be scheduled no sooner than 14 days from the notification date.

All presenters will be given a certificate and a small prize for participation.

We are always looking for co-sponsorship. Please contact EGSC Career & Alumni Chair Ludwig Zhao (career-alumni-chair@egsc.seas.columbia.edu)

Questions?

Please email EGSC Career & Alumni Chair Rohit Sharma (career-alumni-chair@egsc.seas.columbia.edu)