The purpose of the CQuB Short Talks is to create a forum for members to share knowledge that relates to center projects, to the foundation of quantitative biology, and/or the future directions of research. Short talk topics can be mini-tutorials on theory, tools, methodology, and/or cutting-edge technology. These short talks can be taught by faculty, fellows, postdocs, and graduate students. We encourage postdocs and graduate students to teach a tutorial as it can be used later as educational materials for teaching.
Content & Context
- Topics will be crowdsourced from center members and affiliates. Please share topics you’d like covered or topics you’d like to present.
- We will use the crowd-sourcing tool, Padlet. It will remain open over the year to collect new topics and has the ability to up-vote topics. Input from Center members will be solicited regularly.
- Presenter ← → Audience [In Short Talks, the presenter will first instruct the audience, and then facilitate a discussion]
- Audience members are strongly encouraged to ask questions and engage in discussion at a level that allows all Center members to understand and
- This session is allotted one hour. Keep the lecture short and focused. Plan the talk to be 20 to 30-minutes without questions, and anticipate interruptions from the audience with questions. The lecture should be presented in a way that creates discussion, elicits curiosity, and spurs further questions from the audience. The remainder of the time is left to networking with each other.
- Chalk-talk and slide presentations welcome.
PADLET LINK: https://padlet.com/tiffanyozmina/cqubshorttalks