Lectures on Scientific Presentation and Writing
SSRI invites you to join the lectures on Scientific Presentation and Writing by Michael Alley, Penn State University. Alley is a well known expert on efficient communication of scientific information, and has published three books about such topics on Springer. The lectures will take place in Storstua at Simula, March 10-12.
About the lectures
In week 11, SSRI arranges the following courses on communication of scientific information:
All courses have an intensive workshop format and will be taught by Michael Alley, who is an international capacity in this field. He is currently Associate Professor of Engineering Communication at Penn State University, and teaches workshops on a regular basis for major research institutions and industrial companies in the US and Europe. The courses are based on his three books on these topics, all published by Springer. Alley is an enthusiastic and energetic instructor, and you can expect a vitamine shot that will influence the way you think about slide design and writing processes.
If you would like to attend the lectures, please mark the following time slots in your calendar:
- March 10: The Craft of Scientific Presentations (2 parts, 10-12 & 13-15)
- March 11: The Craft of Scientific Writing I (2 parts, 9-11 & 12-14)
- March 12: The Craft of Scientific Writing II (2 parts, 9-11 & 12-14)
It is possible to follow only the presentation course (March 10) or only the writing course (March 11-12). However, it is recommended to stay for all lecture hours in a course. All events take place in the auditorium Storstua at Simula.
All lectures are open to Simula personnel, as well as to personnel from collaborating institutions. The training sessions following the lectures are exclusive to pre-selected participants. These persons have received separate schedules for the training.