Overview of the registration deadlines for the Doctoral Congress WS23 on Friday, November 24th, 2023 in HS 02.21, Universitätsplatz 2, 2nd floor.
- Friday, October 27, 2023 at 12:00 noon
Registration deadline for the contribution including an English-language abstract.
Please indicate the contribution category in the abstract: planning, poster, final talk.
- Friday, November 10, 2023 at 12:00 noon
Registration deadline for the participation without contribution.
Concerning doctoral students, institute employees, cooperation partners from other institutes, master's students.
For our organization, please make sure to register for the Doctoral Congress!
- Friday, November 17, 2023 at 12:00 noon
Deadline for submitting the powerpoint presentation / poster (PDF)-size A0 via email to the organization team.
Please email for all registrations the organization team (psy.doktoratskongress(at)uni-graz.at).
Categories of contributions:
- (1) Talk: Planning (12 minutes talk, 10 minutes discussion):
short introduction / derivation of the research question from the literature, preliminary experimental design, hypotheses + justification, planned operationalisation.
- (2) Poster: Status report (A0, plus Handout including 3 questions for discussion):
Planned data analysis, first results, outlook at continuation or follow-up study.
Please personally invite professors whose input you particularly desire to discuss your poster with you.
- (3) Final talk (12 minutes talk, 10 minutes discussion):
Presentation and discussion of your doctoral thesis, last input before submission of the doctoral thesis.
Procedure of talks and poster presentations
All presenters must exactly adhere to the presentation time!! Deviations from the category scheme are possible, but must be agreed with your supervisor and the head of the doctoral school. The standard language is English.
The standard language is English.
Further important information:
Requirements for completion of the 'Doctoral Seminar' ('DissertantInnen-Seminar')
The 'Doctoral Seminar' has to be completed three times in the course of your doctoral studies (i.e., in three different terms).