Doing a PhD is hard work, and implies that you constantly challenge yourself and improve your skills.
The quality of your research receives full attention from your supervisor both at the university and here at CERN : it needs to be innovative and, of course, done methodically. Managing this workload requires all your time and energy.
However, you are also faced with requests to present your research to a wider audience by holding scientific talks and presenting posters. You know from experience listening to others that for a talk to be interesting and convincing, it requires much more than just gathering enough scientific evidence.
It’s a daunting task and your scientific career depends on how well you present in public. Fortunately, improving your scientific presentation skills is possible - if you know how !
Find out more about our new course on "Convincing Scientific Presentations" and enrol today !