What are possible contributions at the conference?
Those who would like to submit a contribution can choose between different formats. It is important that the format is a good representation of the students' research. Thus, the format should fit the research project and the results produced.
Student research can be presented at the conference in a short talk. The presentation should last approximately 10 to 15 minutes. With subsequent plenary discussion, presenters will have a maximum of 20 minutes in total.
Student research may be presented at the conference in the format of a poster. There will be several sessions for poster presentations at the conference, where about 25 students will present their posters at the same time. As is common in the scientific community, posters will have a fixed format (DIN A0, portrait, continuous text approx. 25pt) and must be printed and brought by the presenters themselves.
Media/ artistic/ creative contribution
The student research can be presented in the context of a medial, artistic, creative or artifact-based contribution. In the case of a lecture-type presentation format, the time specifications for short presentations apply, i.e., 20 minutes total (10 to 15 minutes presentation followed by discussion). In the case of other forms of presentation, the spatial possibilities of poster presentation apply, i.e., a contribution cannot take up more space than a poster wall. It is important to note that local technical applications (e.g. video, audio) are not possible. In such cases, recourse should be made to a QR code for mobile devices, which - similar to posters - must be printed out and brought along. When submitting the contribution, it should be urgently mentioned in the abstract if tables or other furniture are needed for the presentation of the contribution.
Student research may be presented as part of a workshop. A workshop at the conference will be 90 minutes in total. The workshop should address a problem that arises in the context of student research. It should have a clear objective and invite interdisciplinary dialogue