Researcher grand prix oslo 2012

Afterwards they will be judged by the audience, equipped with hand-held remotes for audience response, and a panel of judges that will award the participants with points and state their reasons for giving them on the basis of their individual fields (academia, media and performing arts).

The candidates have 4 minutes each to engage the audience who in the end will decide who wins. The top two candidates will continue to the national finale in Tromsø 29 September. The winner will be rewarded.

Anne Chapuis fortel engasjert om sitt forskingsprosjekt p Forsker grand prix 2011.
Anne Chapuis fortel engasjert om sitt forskingsprosjekt p Forsker grand prix 2011. Photo: Eivind Norum

Who can participate? Are we looking for you?

You are a PhD candidate at an educational institution in Oslo or the surrounding area
You are going to present your doctoral thesis after 29 September 2012
You want to get up on a stage and present your research.

A selection committee will select 10 candidates to participate in the Oslo finale.

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We are looking for participants from different institutions and academic disciplines.Motivation and the ability to attend the workshop/preparations and the national finale will be emphasised. The result of the selection will be announced by 16 May – all applicants will be notified of the decision.

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Published 2. September 2014 - 10:20 - Updated 23. May 2017 - 19:37

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