Description of doctoral course research presentations
The purpose of the research presentation is to report on progress and plans, discuss with colleagues, exchange opinions, and receive advice.
- Presentations shall be a total of 30 minutes, 12 minutes for the presentation and 18 minutes for the Q&A session.
- Present results so far and future plans.
- The presentations will take place in three rooms. The students should be in one of the rooms listening to and discussing the presentations of other students.
- On the day of the presentations, each laboratory must prepare a PC containing the students' presentation files to ensure that the event proceeds smoothly.
|Submission||(1) Publication-format materials
*These may be unfinished at the time of presentation if the progress and issues are clearly stated.(2) Presentation (PPT file)
|How to submit||Upload to the e-learning system
* The upload addresses and other details will be provided by the SDM Office.
|Submission deadlines||In principle, by 23:59 the day prior to the presentation.
* More precise dates and times will be provided by the SDM Office.
- Either Japanese or English may be used.
- Ensure that your presentations and abstracts are checked by your research supervisor in advance.
- It is envisioned that half of the questions will come from faculty members and the other half from students.
- The students must attend the presentations given by other students in one of the rooms.
- On the day of the presentations, each laboratory must prepare a PC containing the students' presentation files so that the event proceeds smoothly.
- The SDM Office will indicate the order of the presentations.
- While it is preferable that materials and presentations follow the SDM style, this is not an absolute requirement. Candidates are free to create presentations and to use materials that are suitable for their fields.