Ph.D. Student Workshop 2020 (internal)

Ph.D. Student Workshop 2020

Note: The PhD student committee regrets to inform you that the PhD workshop scheduled for April has been postponed until further notice , due to the Coronavirus pandemic.

We kindly invite you to participate in the second annual PhD Workshop at BTH on April 17, 2020.

The workshop, organized by the PhD Student Committee at BTH, will be a full day event containing popular science presentations followed by a research poster session, where you as a PhD student at BTH will have the opportunity to practice communicating your research.

The theme for this year is ” Applied research and impact on society “. The purpose is to bring doctoral students together for networking and convey knowledge about the research that is being conducted here at BTH.

Starting this year, participants of the workshop are offered to take part in the Scientific Communication Course. The course offers lectures on how to communicate research to both scientific audiences and society. Participation with presentation at the workshop and involvement in peer reviews will form the practical part of the course.

The course (2 ECTS) has a two year program: one year focusing on the scientific audience (1 ECTS) and the other focusing on society (1 ECTS). Teaching language and material will be in English.

Darja Šmite is responsible for the course and can be contacted for any queries related to the course.

For more information, please see the course syllabus at:

Basic information

When:  April 17, 2020

Where: Campus Karlskrona, BTH

  • Oral presentations – Multisalen (J1504)
  • Poster presentations – Building A, Second floor

Who:   PhD students at BTH

The event is free of charge and has two coffee breaks.

The lunch and dinner options are available for PhD students who are presenting or attending the workshop.


Room: Multisalen (J1504)

0800 – Introduction by Vice-Chancellor Mats Viberg

0815 – Keynote speaker

0840 – Oral presentations

1010 – Coffee break I

1030 – Oral presentations

1200 – Lunch

1300 – Oral presentations

1430 – Coffee break II

Room: Building A, Second Floor

1500 – Poster presentations

1700 – Closing


This is a preliminary schedule. Is subject to change.


To present and / or participate in the course, please confirm your registration before February 28, 2020  .

Register here


Got any questions related to workshop?

Reach out to PhD Student Committe at


Queries specific to the Scientific Communication Course should be emailed to

Do you have a question? Type it here and we will get back to you as soon as possible!