CW20 - Lightning Talks

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A lightning talk gives you two minutes and one slide to discuss a subject. Lightning talks are the perfect way to introduce yourself at the workshop.

You could talk about your work, an idea, a problem, a pitch for the CW Hack Day or anything that's related to software and research, and ideally related to the themes of CW20; alternatively you could focus on one of the sub-themes of collaborative working, data/code sharing, reproducible research or data science.

How quick is lightning?

Lightning is pretty quick: two minutes. You are also allowed only one slide. The slide should not require any interaction. You'll be presenting alongside a countdown timer, so you'll have to keep to time. However, it's amazing how much you can present in two minutes.

Lightning talks top tips

If you are preparing a lightning talk for CW20 please take a read of our handy tips. Remember CW20 is going to attract people who are interested in both software and research, so tailor your talk to meet their needs.

Speakers

Present a Lightning talk at CW20

Tuesday, 31 March (Day 1) 11:30 - 12:00

Lightning talk slots are given out on a first come, first served basis:

  1. Sorrel Harriet [Video]
  2. Hollydawn Murray [Slide]
  3. Patricia Herterich [Slide]
  4. Anastasis Georgoulas [Slide]
  5. Emmy Tsang [Slide]
  6. Mary Anne Baynes [Slide]
  7. Sarah Gibson [Slide]
  8. Stephan Druskat [Slide]
  9. Mateusz Kuzak [Slide]
  10. Jez Cope [No slide]
  11. Daniel Hobley [No slide]
  12. Pablo Bernabeu [No slide]
  13. Yo Yehudi [Slide]

 

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