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Improve Your Presentation Skills for Science Slam

Date: 28 August 2020 3:00 PM - 5:15 PM

Working on an exciting research project, but not sure how to communicate it to a larger audience? Curious to know how research can be fun and engaging? Join part of EURAXESS India Science Slam 2020 campaign, where is the Czech republic partner Country and increase your chances to win free round trip to Europe to visit a research institute of your choice.

Join this free-of-charge 135 min webinar, scheduled on 28th of August 2020 at 15.00 IST, and find out how science communication can help you advancing in your career path. Get inspired and join the EURAXESS India Science Slam competition.

EURAXESS science communication experts will give you:

  • Practical advice, tips and hints on how you can tell the ‘story of your research’ to a diverse audience.
  • And how to make science fun and accessible, e.g. participating at the EURAXESS India Science Slam.

Open questions will be addressed in a subsequent interactive Q&A session.

Registration is now open. Space is limited, and attendance is on a first come first served basis. The presentations will all be held in English. This webinar is entirely for free.



Prof. Dr Amitabh Banerji, Scientist and Science Educator at University of Potsdam

Prof. Arnab Bhattacharya, Scientist and Science Communicator at the Tata Institute of Fundamental Research-TIFR Mumbai

Dr Mohit Kumar Jolly, Assistant Professor and Science Communicator at Indian Institute of Science Bangalore (IISC)

Ms. Priyanka Dasgupta, MSc graduate and Science Communicator, Imperial College London, Winner of the EURAXESS Science Slam India 2017

Dr Samrat S. Kumar, Country Representative, EURAXESS India



6th Communicating Research Out of the Lab




Welcome Remarks – Dr Samrat Kumar, EURAXESS India


Making research communication fun and accessible & Introducing the EURAXESS Science Slam – Prof. Arnab Bhattacharya, TIFR Mumbai



How to do a good Science Slam – Prof. Dr Amitabh Banerji, University of Potsdam


Science Communication: a two-way street -Dr Mohit Kumar Jolly, IISC Bangalore


Science Communication: as a professional path – Priyanka Dasgupta, MSc, Imperial College London






Milan Dostál, Economic Diplomat, Embassy of the Czech Republic in Delhi