How to present your project at the GRØN DYST study conference
A poster promotes your project and results. It combines text and graphics to make a visually pleasing presentation. The poster session involves showing your work to teachers, students, industry representatives, and of course, the judging panel.
Depending on the number of projects to be presented, the poster session will take place in one large room or several smaller rooms. Your poster should be designed so that it quickly and effectively communicates your project and the results to the viewer. Unlike the fast pace of a slide show or verbal presentation, a poster session allows viewers to study and restudy your information and discuss it with you, if they wish. If you participate in poster sessions, you will also be required to give short presentations of your project to the judging panel, among others.
The laptop session involves showing your work to teachers, students, industry representatives and the judging panel. Depending on the number of projects to be presented at the laptop session, it will be held in one large room or several smaller rooms.
Unlike a standard PowerPoint presentation, which is projected onto a large screen, a laptop presentation addresses a smaller audience, typically three to six people gathered around a laptop. This allows viewers to discuss your project and the results in a small group. You will be required to give frequent short presentations of your project on demand – for viewers passing by as well as the judging panel.
Free style session
This session allows students to present their projects and the results in any way other way than those above mentioned. Anything goes. It could be a shout out, a theater performance, an exhibition of artifacts, a video show – you name it!
If you have special requirements in order to present your project and the results, just let us know. We may not be able to accommodate all needs, but we will try our best to make it possible for you to present your project just the way you want to.