Create Valuable Contacts
During the NSCAS you as PhD-student will present your current research projects and discuss ideas with experts from universities and leading steel companies – a unique opportunity to create valuable contacts for the future.
The NSCAS will also create and maintain positive relations with the participants in order to facilitate future hiring of experts and researchers to the region’s industry and academia.
The NSCAS is a valuable experience and driving force for research work. Former students have all established contacts with participating companies during the week.
After completing the colloquium, you should be able to:
- Present your current research activities in the form of a scientific poster submitted to the colloquium.
- Discuss and defend the scientific contents of the submitted scientific poster in the presence of an audience of professional research engineers and scientists.
- Orally present and discuss your current research activities as presented on the submitted scientific poster, in front of an audience of professional research engineers and scientists.
- Reflect on your participation in, and experiences of, the colloquium in a written essay.