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Publication & Presentation

Producing a research project of sufficient quality and importance to be appropriate for publication and/or public presentation is an important aspect of doctoral studies.

It is important for students to be able to demonstrate the ability to effectively communicate both fundamental concepts of their field as well as the details of their own research to both expert and non-expert audiences. Each program has specific publication and/or presentation requirements.

Applied Math: give at least one open technical oral presentation while in residence.

Chemistry & Chemical Biology: present an open technical seminar or research poster at least once each academic year in residence.

Physics: publish original research results in peer reviewed scientific journals (recommended but not required).

QSB: present an open technical seminar at least twice during residency and prepare at least one manuscript appropriate for publication in peer-reviewed literature.