Top Tips for Tweet Your Thesis

Thinking about entering this year’s Tweet Your Thesis competition? We’ve asked last year’s winners for their advice and top tips to help you craft that prize-winning tweet!

 

Ari Cooper-Davis, PGR in the Centre for Water Systems – 1st Place

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Ari’s top tips

  • Assume your audience is not familiar with your subject area, so try to avoid acronyms or subject-specific vocab
  • An eye-catching photo can draw attention.

Encountering Impostor Syndrome

Kelly Louise Preece is the Researcher Development Manager for PGRs in the Doctoral College. You’ll recognise her face from workshops, her voice from WEBINARs, and her jokes from the 90s. You can follow her on twitter @Preece_Kelly for musings about Researcher Development and the PGR experience…interspersed with tweets about superheros, sewing and cute cat photos.

Planning a research podcast!

Digital forms of research communication have always been important – but with Higher Education moving online in the past year, being creative with digital communication has become even more important. As part of our new suite of online resources, two of our graduates Dr.

Poster Session- College of Engineering, Mathematics and Physical Sciences Conference 2021

Below are all the entries for this year’s College of Engineering, Mathematics and Physical Sciences conference poster competition. Please look through the posters and vote on your top 3 here- EMPS Poster Competition 2021 vote.

Poster 1: Jets and instabilities in forced Magnetohydrodynamics flow

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Poster 2: Mechanical properties of PEEK filaments before and after Fused Filament Fabrication extrusion process

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Poster 3: Fault Tolerant Control of a Dual –System UAV Using Sliding Modes

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Poster 4: Supply chain network design with Sustainable supplier selection and order allocation under Disruption Risk and Uncertainty

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Poster 5: Comparison of State Estimation Performance of Nonlinear COVID-19 Model Using Extended Kalman Filters: Case Study in USA and India

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Poster 6: Two dimensional simulations of solar like models with artificially enhanced luminosity

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Poster 7: Exploring the Dynamics of a Vibro-Impact Capsule Moving in the Small Intestine via Finite Element Analysis

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Poster 8: Vibration Comfort of Pedestrians on Slender Footbridges

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Poster 9: Nanocomposite hearing overlays for next generation high performance/low emission internal combustion engine applications

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Poster 10: Characterising Exoplanets with the James Webb space telescope

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Scientist without a lab

Jennifer is now a third year PhD student in the biosciences department. Jennifer looks at how elevated CO2, commonly found in fish farms, impacts lumpfish growth and behaviour. Lumpfish are farmed to be deployed into salmon pens across the U.K.