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To Prepare

INTRODUCTION SLIDE
For all participants of the 3rd EnerGEO Summer School the following preparatory work is mandatory:

  • Preparation of a PPT introducing yourself on ONE slide
  • The PPT template will be sent to all participants after the notification of admittance
  • The PPT and the presentation must be in English language
     

The PPT must be submitted in electronic format by September 30th, 2013 to barbara.riedler@sbg.ac.at. Name the file with YOUR "FIRSTNAMELASTNAME.pptx" and fill in the following information in the subject line of your email: EnerGEO Summer School: PPT - YOUR FIRSTNAME LASTNAME

 

POSTER
For all participants who want to receive academic credits (4ECTS) the following preparatory work is mandatory:

  • Preparation of a portrait A1 poster dedicated to one of the Summer School topics . Detailed information about the topics will follow after the notification of admittance
  • The poster should discuss and review the current state-of-the-art / science in the field, but also include your point of view and perspective on the subject
  • The poster and the presentation must be in English language

The poster must be submitted in electronic format (PDF) by by September 30th, 2013 to barbara.riedler@sbg.ac.at for review. Name the file with your "FirstnameLastname.pdf" and fill in the following information in the subject line of your email: EnerGEO Summer School: Poster - YOUR FIRSTNAME LASTNAME

 

Please notice

  • The preparatory assignments are considered part of the course requirements in order to earn ECTS points.
  • Preparatory assignments have to be submitted at the due date, otherwise your participation in the Summer School is jeopardized.
     

 

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This project has received funding from the European Union’s Seventh Framework Programme for research, technological development and demonstration under grant agreement no 226364

 

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