The MGC Science Day is an event organized by the MGC doctoral representatives, where you have the opportunity to present your projects and current results within the MRI community.
It will take place on Friday, 5th November 2021.
Thereby you can exchange your knowledge and connect with doctoral candidates in your direct environment.
Due to the current situation, it will take place in a hybrid format (in person at the TranslaTUM/MRI and ZOOM-based) with keynote speakers, presentations, a poster session–and presentation awards!
Due to organizational reasons, this year the number of participants is limited to 50 doctoral candidates. (Registration according to the first-come, first-served principle).
Presenting participants can get their participation accredited:
PhD Students from the TUM MLST program can get their presentation (both oral or poster format) accredited as poster presentation as last year. Doctoral students in all other programs (Dr.med.(dent.)/Dr.med.sci./Dr.rer.nat.) can get their presentation (both oral or poster format) accredited with 5 hours of subject related education in combination with participation at the whole science day.
If you want to participate in the MGC Science Day, register by sending an email with the filled participation form (see bellow) to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Registration will be open from 17th September until 1st October! Submit your abstract after registration to email@example.com
ABSTRACT SUBMISSION deadline is 1st October!
The abstract text is limited to 300 words, but this does not include the information relating to title, author, and affiliation.
For more information, please read and follow the abstract guidelines that you find bellow.
As the new hybrid format will need to be structured according to the number of applications, further details about keynote speakers, awards, program etc. will be provided soon.
If you have any questions contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Registration form for the MGC Science Day