D.Day 2019 is taking place on Wednesday, April 10th 2019.
The meeting is free of charge, but registration is required.
Lunch is included and offered.
Please indicate if you only want to exhibit a poster, or also be candidate for an oral presentation (See below “short talks”). The best poster and the best short talk will receive cash prize!
Although the D.Day is first dedicated to PhD students, it is open to everyone: students, post-docs, MER and professors are all welcome!
Please use one of the following templates for abstract submission: doc file or docx file
The abstract should also include the title, the authors list (presenter underlined) and their affiliation.
Do not use special characters. For example, α should be written alpha.
There must be no more than 300 words in the abstract.
Do not include references, figures, or tables in your abstract.
During the abstract submission process, PhD students can choose to present a poster or postulate to give an oral presentation in addition to having a poster.
PhD students who would like to give an oral presentation need to indicate this by selecting “Poster + Oral” in the registration process.
Students selected for brief oral presentations will be contacted during the week after registration closes, around end of March (27-28 March). The short talk has to be in English, and each student will be given 10 minutes for the presentation, followed by 5 minutes for questions from the audience. The best short talk will receive cash prize!
The presentation of a poster is credited by 0.5 credits for the FBM PhD Doctoral School.
To validate this, the following form has to be signed by a member of the ADAS committee.
Please try not to exceed format A0 (84 cm x 119 cm), you can choose to make it either horizontal or vertical. The poster may be in English or in French.
You can print your poster at the Reprography Center of UNIL
or at the Service d’Appui Multimedia at CHUV
Université de Lausanne
Site Web: http://www.unil.ch/adas
Email : adas[@]unil.ch
CHUV – Centre Hospitalier Universitaire Vaudois
Auditoire Alexandre Yersin – BH08
Rue du Bugnon 46