ResearchFest is an annual event that highlights the best undergraduate and graduate-level research from the Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering (ChBE), the Department of Materials Science and Engineering (MSE), and the Fischell Department of Bioengineering (BioE). It allows students to share their work in a fun, casual setting with faculty, staff and students from their own and other departments. The event is sponsored by BioE, ChBE and MSE, and features guest judges, prizes, and a reception.
- Date: Wednesday, July 17th, 2013, 11:00-2:00 PM
- Location: Kim Engineering Building Rotunda and Kay Boardrooms
- This year, the prizes will be Amazon.com gift cards. There will be one overall, grand prize winner who will receive a $50 gift card, and there will be three runners-up, one from each department, who will each receive a $25 gift card.
- Lunch will be provided following the “soundbite” presentations.
- You are welcome to attend even if you will not be presenting your research!
- Jump To: How to Participate
- Submitters of accepted presentations (see How to Participate, below) will deliver a 1 minute PowerPoint slide "soundbite" summarizing research project along with a corresponding poster display.
- Judges will select a group of semi-finalists based on the soundbites and have a follow-up discussion while evaluating the posters to determine the winners/runners-up
- There will be three judges consisting of an alumnus or other representative from each department (BioE, ChBE, and MSE)
- A winner and runner-up from each department will be chosen, each receiving a gift card.
Create and submit a PowerPoint slide to accompany a 1-minute presentation of your work, following the instructions below.
- Download and use the ResearchFest template to ensure readability and consistency of content. Download a sample slide for reference if desired.
- The slide submission deadline is Friday, July 5, 2013. Submissions should be sent to Anthony Melchiorri at email@example.com. (Please note this may change.)
- All submitted slides must be approved by you, any co-authors, and your advisor as acceptable for presentation in the public domain. Information on the slides may be included in handouts for judges and/or attendees, or posted on ChBE's web site. Photos of the poster session and/or presentations may be used online and/or in newsletters. Questions or concerns should be addressed to Anthony Melchiorri at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Prepare your poster.
You may create a new poster or use one you have presented in the past year.
Bring your poster to the Kim Building Rotunda between 10:00 and 10:30 pm on July 17. Easels, boards (40"x30") and pins will be provided. You are responsible for printing your poster.
At present, please direct questions to Anthony Melchiorri at email@example.com.