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Early Career Events

Special events for our students and early career scientists

NameDateOrganisersPrice
Best Practices in Academic Publishing Details 19 Aug Rebecca Neely, Tessa de Roo, Gabriel Filippelli, Carlos Toro, Liane Benning 10€
Interactive teaching methods Details 19 Aug Heather Stoll 10€
Meet the Plenary Lunch - Monday, Bethany Ehlmann Details 19 Aug 10€
Non-academic careers - R&D-related careers Details 19 Aug Hauke Vollstaedt, Nicholas Lloyd, Anne Trinquier 10€
Communicating science Details 20 Aug Adina Paytan, Rebecca Neely, Simon Redfern, Tom Parkhill 10€
Love & Careers in Academia Details 20 Aug Susan Brantley, Janne Blichert-Toft, Meredith Hastings, Sami Mikhail 10€
Meet the Plenary Lunch - Tuesday, Roberta Rudnick Details 20 Aug 10€
Non-academic careers - Consultancy-related careers Details 20 Aug Julien Declercq, Katja Amstaetter 10€
Meet the Plenary Lunch - Wednesday, Carrie Masiello Details 21 Aug 10€
Non-academic careers - Careers in Scientific Publishing Details 21 Aug Rebecca Neely, Lewis Collins 10€
Pop-Up Talks Details 21 Aug Konstantin Choumiline
Confidence, Public Speaking and Networking Details 22 Aug Sami Mikhail, Helen Williams, Hanika Rizo 10€
Meet the Plenary Lunch - Thursday, Alissa Park Details 22 Aug 10€
Meet the Plenary Lunch - Friday, Chris Hawkesworth Details 23 Aug 10€

Best Practices in Academic Publishing

Monday 19th August 13:00-14:15
Contacts: Rebecca Neely, Tessa de Roo, Gabriel Filippelli, Carlos Toro, Liane Benning
Price: 10€

The aim of this workshop is to provide information on how to successfully publish your research and how to review manuscripts. A panel of editors will share their perspective on such matters as:

  • How to start the process of getting your paper published
  • How to navigate the ethical pitfalls of writing scientific papers
  • How the peer review process works
  • Recovering from reviewers comments – revise and reply
  • How to be a great reviewer
Attendees are invited to interact with the panel and ask questions to learn more about the publishing and reviewing process.


Interactive teaching methods

Monday 19th August 13:00-14:15
Contacts: Heather Stoll
Price: 10€

In this workshop, students and early career participants will experience a series of active learning activities appropriate for Geochemistry courses. In our “interactive” classroom, we show how to minimize passive (professor lecture to student notebook) teaching and instead set up students to build understanding of concepts and techniques through group work emphasizing peer discussion and debate, and joint problem solving. The approaches we describe are apt for transforming traditional lecture schedule blocks of dozens of students, in traditional lecture halls.


Meet the Plenary Lunch - Monday, Bethany Ehlmann

Monday 19th August 13:00-14:00
Price: 10€

Small group lunch with today's plenary speaker directly after their presentation.


Non-academic careers - R&D-related careers

Monday 19th August 13:00-14:15
Contacts: Hauke Vollstaedt, Nicholas Lloyd, Anne Trinquier
Price: 10€

Panellists will deliver a short talk followed by a forum discussion. The focus will be on a range of career opportunities outside of academia. This workshop will run over a number of lunchtimes, with different people from different disciplines outlining how they [1] found their non-academic position, [2] what their new role entails, and [3] how awesome a non-academic position can be. Once panels are confirmed for each day this description will be updated.

Panellists
Hauke Vollstaedt, Thermo Fisher Scientific
Nicholas Lloyd, Thermo Fisher Scientific
Anne Trinquier, Ingénieure MC-ICPMS, Laboratoire Cycles Géochimiques et Ressources


Communicating science

Tuesday 20th August 13:00-14:15
Contacts: Adina Paytan, Rebecca Neely, Simon Redfern, Tom Parkhill
Price: 10€

Most scientists don't have the training or connections they need to communicate about their work beyond their peers. This workshop will introduce scientists to tools they need to make their communication more effective. The training begins with a brief overview of communications principles, and then introduces the Message Box and the idea of tailoring your message to your audience. The training culminates with media interview scenarios.

A light lunch is included in the ticket price, this is subsidised and so places are limited to the first 50 applicants. You may attend without a ticket in which case lunch will not be provided.


Love & Careers in Academia

Tuesday 20th August 13:00-14:15
Contacts: Susan Brantley, Janne Blichert-Toft, Meredith Hastings, Sami Mikhail
Price: 10€

Dual-career issues are increasingly important in higher education today. Over 70 percent of faculty are in dual-career relationships; more than a third are partnered with another academic. This trend is particularly strong among women scientists, and junior academics of all genders. Universities are seeing an increasing number of high quality candidates for faculty positions partnered with another academic. This presents universities with a challenge, but also a great opportunity to diversify their faculty. The challenges and rewards for University administrations and dual career couples will be discussed and experiences shared.

A light lunch is included in the ticket price, this is subsidised and so places are limited to the first 50 applicants. You may attend without a ticket in which case lunch will not be provided.


Meet the Plenary Lunch - Tuesday, Roberta Rudnick

Tuesday 20th August 13:00-14:00
Price: 10€

Small group lunch with today's plenary speaker directly after their presentation.


Non-academic careers - Consultancy-related careers

Tuesday 20th August 13:00-14:15
Contacts: Julien Declercq, Katja Amstaetter
Price: 10€

Panellists will deliver a short talk followed by a forum discussion. The focus will be on a range of career opportunities outside of academia. This workshop will run over a number of lunchtimes, with different people from different disciplines outlining how they [1] found their non-academic position, [2] what their new role entails, and [3] how awesome a non-academic position can be. Once panels are confirmed for each day this description will be updated.

Panellists
Julien Declercq, Senior Consultant, SKR Consulting
Katja Amstaetter, Environmental chemistry, Consultant, CDM Smith


Meet the Plenary Lunch - Wednesday, Carrie Masiello

Wednesday 21st August 13:00-14:00
Price: 10€

Small group lunch with today's plenary speaker directly after their presentation.


Non-academic careers - Careers in Scientific Publishing

Wednesday 21st August 13:00-14:15
Contacts: Rebecca Neely, Lewis Collins
Price: 10€

Panellists will deliver a short talk followed by a forum discussion. The focus will be on a range of career opportunities outside of academia. This workshop will run over a number of lunchtimes, with different people from different disciplines outlining how they [1] found their non-academic position, [2] what their new role entails, and [3] how awesome a non-academic position can be. Once panels are confirmed for each day this description will be updated.

Panellists
Rebecca Neely, Nature Geoscience
Lewis Collins, Editor-in-Chief, One Earth


Pop-Up Talks

Wednesday 21st August 13:00-14:00
Contacts: Konstantin Choumiline
Location: Flash Talk Theatre 1, CCIB View on map

Is there any aspect of your research or scientific life that you feel particularly passionate about? Do you feel like your inner voice needs to be heard? If so, we invite you to inspire us with your contagious story by giving a Pop Up Talk!

As a growing Goldschmidt tradition, Pop Up Talks are here to stay! These are meant to be brief and engaging presentations in which you are allowed to speak your mind. Talks may be about the wider impact of your research, the future of geochemistry, thrilling field work stories or any other thing you have learnt and experienced in your career so far.

How you want to present your talk is completely up to you! However, we especially encourage nonstandard presentations (e.g. video, music, poetry, or any other talent you want to showcase). Both individual and team performances are permitted. This year the time limit will be 3 minutes and if using regular PowerPoints - only one slide will be allowed, so plan for it wisely. Please be as creative as you can to get your message across! We want this event to be enjoyable for broader audiences, while making it a great learning and bonding experience for all the participants.

Watch some of the previous Pop Up Talks from Goldschmidt 2018:

“Back in Black” by Nikola Van de Wetering:

“Targeting safe aquifers in Indus Basin, Pakistan” by Junaid Ali Khattak

“Cable bacteria: a wire-like bacteria transports electrons over long distance in sediment” by Tingting Yang

You can find more videos at the official Goldschmidt YouTube Channel

Interested in participating in this event? Please send us an email with the title of your talk and how you would like to present it to popup-talks@goldschmidt.info before the 2nd of August. Since slots are filled on a first come first serve basis, we encourage you to hurry and reserve your spot! Also remember that this is a special event, so you wouldn’t not have to choose between your regular abstract and participation in the Pop Up session and no fee is due.

Please email us if you have any questions at popup-talks@goldschmidt.info

Looking forward to your submissions!


Confidence, Public Speaking and Networking

Thursday 22nd August 13:00-14:15
Contacts: Sami Mikhail, Helen Williams, Hanika Rizo
Price: 10€

Confidence is not a constant, public speaking can be daunting, and networking can be surreal. The aim of this workshop is to openly share and discuss the panellists own experience(s) and their methods for how to rise-up to the stage, and speak. The aim is to host a forum where we discuss and openly challenge the notion that public speaking and networking should ever be easy tasks, for anyone.


Meet the Plenary Lunch - Thursday, Alissa Park

Thursday 22nd August 13:00-14:00
Price: 10€

Small group lunch with today's plenary speaker directly after their presentation.


Meet the Plenary Lunch - Friday, Chris Hawkesworth

Friday 23rd August 13:00-14:00
Price: 10€

Small group lunch with today's plenary speaker directly after their presentation.