Solar and Magnetospheric Theory Group: Wednesday Talks
The format of the Group's Wednesday Talks is the same as
last year. At the present time only whole group meetings are planned.
Each talk will take place at 1.30 pm in Room 3B of the School of Mathematics and Statistics. If you have visitors planned for this session and would like them to give a talk, please email me details as soon as possible. For suggested speakers, visiting speakers, amendments, equipment required etc, send me an email (email@example.com).
October - December 2012
April - June 2012
January - March 2012
October - December 2011
April - June 2011
January - March 2011
Below are some guidelines for giving talks:
- Give a 10-15 minute introduction, setting the scene and discussing the basics (both observational and theoretical) of your work.
- Consider giving a talk in which you review other people's work. This will not only help you to understand the work better, it may also bring a more critical appraisal of the work to light.
- Aim to keep the talk to 45 (!!) minutes, so there is plenty of time for questions and discussions. Speakers who are in danger of running over time will be asked to round up their talk.
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by Jorge Fuentes Fernandez