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Young Investigators Symposium at the Department of Chemistry

Uptown Campus
LBC, 203 (Stibbs Conference Room) and 202 (Rechler Conference Room)

The second annual Young Investigator's Symposium at the Department of Chemistry has the following objectives:

  • To increase graduate student activity in the department
  • To enhance the breadth of students' knowledge by exposing them to research of their peers
  • To prepare students for participating in and organizing conferences
  • To identify students worthy of an award and assign the awards and scholarships.

Oral Presentations Format:

  • Two 3-hour sessions
  • 15-25 min talk and 5 min of questions per presentation (Depending on the number of participants)

Poster Presentations Format:

  • 2 hour poster session
  • Make posters accessible during the whole time of the symposium


Participation and Presentation Requirements:

A single succinct research work has to be presented.

The depth of the study should be at the level of a publication or a significant fraction of a future publication. Presentations of published work are allowed as long as the paper was published within a year of the symposium. Faculty of the organizing committee will select the speakers. Every graduate student may present a poster.

All chemistry graduate students in their second year and beyond are encouraged to participate by presenting their research at the symposium, either as a poster or as a talk.

An abstract not exceeding 200 words, should be submitted by all participants.

Department of Chemistry

For more information on this event, please visit https://tulane.campuslabs.com/engage/event/8907219