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Lunch-to-lunch CCBIO Junior Scientist Symposium Nov. 19-20

Welcome to a very special CCBIO Junior Scientist Symposium, November 19-20 2018, in beautiful surroundings at Panorama Hotel & Resort at Sotra outside of Bergen.

View of the hotel from the sea. Showing the hotel, boats and harbour life.
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Panorama Hotel

Welcome to a special and extended CCBIO Junior Scientist Symposium at Panorama Hotel & Resort at Sotra, just outside Bergen. This time we will host a lunch-to-lunch symposium from Monday 19th- Tuesday 20th of November. The CCBIO Junior Scientist Symposium is a forum to practice presenting projects, engaging in scientific discussions and interact with like-minded peers. In addition, to enjoy excellent and interesting scientific presentations.

The symposium will start with a delicious lunch, before proceeding with an excellent academic and scientific program, including an inspirational lecture by the experienced scientist, professor and vice dean of doctoral education at our faculty, Roland Jonsson.  We will focus on how to improve scientific presentation skills, both through illustrations and orally, in the workshop; "How to make great figures and present your work in 3 minutes". Here you will get an overview of "do's" and "don'ts" from the experts. We will also be inspired by previous organizers of CCBIO JUSS who will give us ideas on the different aspects of life in academia. 

Day two will bring research insights and inspiration from Professor Stein Ove Døskeland and his 45 years of research, and Researcher Nils Halberg, representing a young investigator leading an established research lab.

As always, there will be exciting scientific presentations from CCBIO junior scientists, both days, and if you have work that you would like to present, you may nominate yourself upon registration.

The modest participation fee for this symposium (500 NOK per person in double room, 1000 NOK in single room, ask your group leader for support) includes lunch both days, dinner and hotel stay in double or single occupancy, in addition to the organized bus transportation between Haukeland Campus and the Panorama Hotel & Resort at Sotra. Access to facilities are included.

For those registered for CCBIO901, attending this symposium will count as two regular symposia.

Hope to see you there, for great presentations and a great time!

Liv Cecilie Vestrheim Thomsen, Erling Høivik and Kenneth Finne are coordinators of this CCBIO Junior Scientist Symposium, and can be contacted if you have any questions. 

Time: Monday November 19th at 12:00 (bus at 10:15) to Tuesday November 20th 2018 at 13:30.

PRELIMINARY PROGRAM

Day 1, 19. November

10.15 Bus departure from Haukeland Campus (Free bus travel from the NorthEast-corner [BBB stairs])
12.00-13.00  LUNCH
13.00-13.10 Welcome from the organizing comittee
13.10-14.00Inspirational lecture: Professor Roland Jonsson
14.00-14.15Break
14.15-15.00"My life since CCBIO JUSS" - What have they done since? Researcher Agnete Engelsen | Prof. Camilla Krakstad
15.00-15.45BREAK
15.45-18.00Workshop:
- How to create great figures | Michaël Marie
- How to present your work in 3 minutes | Marion Solheim
18.00-19.00Scientific presentations by junior scientists participating in the meeting
19.30DINNER
 Social activities
  

Day 2, 20. November

08.30-09.20Inspirational lecture: Professor Stein Ove Døskeland
09.20-09.35 BREAK
09.35-10.45 Scientific presentations by junior scientists participating in the meeting
10.45-11.35Inspirational/scientific presentation: Researcher Nils Halberg
11.35-12.00Closing remarks

12.00-13.00

LUNCH

13.00Travel home/bus returns to Haukeland Campus

Registration

Please register by using this link: https://skjemaker.app.uib.no/view.php?id=5488642
Deadline: November 14th

Open to all

The symposia are held four times annually, and this is an arena where PhD candidates and postdocs gain experience with oral presentations and academic discussions, but is also open to other interested students, researchers, staff and visitors. The meetings have proved to be an excellent place for young researchers to get input for potential collaborations in ongoing and future projects.

You can read more bout the symposia here.