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Seminar date scheduling

Students who need to present a final seminar or mid-seminar (for PhD students), are required to complete the following instructions:

  1. Scheduling a seminar date: the date must be coordinated before the beginning of the semester you intend to give your seminar at. Please choose an available seminar date according to the schedule in this link

Verify that your advisor is available on that date.

  1. Contact Asst. Prof. Dan Mendels by e-mail with the following details in English and ask for approval for reserving the date:

A. Student’s full name

B. The requested seminar date

C. Your affiliation (faculty / interdisciplinary program)

D. Type of seminar: MSc final seminar / PhD mid-seminar / PhD final seminar 

E. Your advisor’s name

F. Seminar title

G. The length of the requested seminar: 30 min / 60 min (including Q&A). MSc final seminar and PhD mid seminar are 30 minutes long. PhD final seminar should be 60 minutes long.

  1. Send Asst. Prof. Dan Mendels the seminar abstract according to the format in this link up to three weeks before the seminar date. Make sure to fill in the following details: reserved seminar date, title, speaker’s full mane, research advisor’s name an academic degree and the abstract. State whether this is an MSc/PhD final seminar or PhD mid-seminar.
  • Students toward graduation, please note: according to the Graduate School regulations, the final seminar presentation must take place during the last year of your studies, and not later than two weeks prior to the date of thesis submission, when the research is well advanced.
  • Graduate students, please note: All seminars will be given in English.