Natural Environment Research Council
Joint DTP Conference
Each year students from different training programmes in the South East of England organise a conference for students to share their amazing research.
We are holding our virtual conference on 7th-8th September!
Need tips on recording or presenting live, and want information on getting the most out of the conference? Check out the latest posts!
Update: Poster voting will finish at 13:00 today, and presentation voting will open after the last sessions close at 15:30. Make sure to follow the links on slack #announcements to submit your votes!
We will share updates and news here
- What’s cooking?Hey there stranger! In this short* little section, we’re not going to tell you that you should eat healthy, or what that really means because you’re an adult and you’re perfectly capable of googling that; indeed you probably have on multiple occasions. Rather we want to giveContinue reading “What’s cooking?”
- Making sure you get the most out of an online conference (or meeting)General video conferencing housekeeping Engage in respectable conversations Dress appropriately Always mute your microphone when not speaking If possible, please use headphones with microphones, as it improves audio quality You may wish to turn on live captioning, which will be a feature during the conference SetContinue reading “Making sure you get the most out of an online conference (or meeting)”
- Code of ConductPreamble The DTP Joint Conference is a yearly event held for postgraduate researchers from the SCENARIO, London, and SSCP DTPs. It is organised and run by a committee of student volunteers representing each of the doctoral training programmes. The conferenceContinue reading “Code of Conduct”
Our Conference Numbers
doctoral training programmes taking part
uniquely themed presentation sessions
students attended last year
What to expect
More students will be taking part this year than ever before. We can’t wait to hear from researchers of all different aspects of UK natural science
We want this conference to align with the goals and values that underpin our wider research. We are working on exciting ways to make this a part of our online conference, including running some workshops and activities themed around sustainability.
This year’s conference is focused on engaging communities with sustainability. We want to explore the close links between our research, and creating a sustainable and just future for all.