TNS Research Plan Seminar Course May 5, 2022

Date Friday, May 5, 2022
Place: Online / Galaxy, Tellus Linnanmaa, University of Oulu.
Applicable for research plan seminar course (1 cr)
Deadlines: Abstract submission April 28, 2022
Registration: May 2, 2022

Program and additional information


The research seminar and workshop consists of presentations of doctoral candidates and researchers, and a separate workshop. The seminar is part of the activities of the Kvantum Institute, and the related Technology and Natural Sciences Doctoral Programme.

The seminar is open for researcher presentations from all fields. The seminar and the workshop serves as a research plan seminar course for doctoral students (1 cr). Description and requirements for the course here.

Call for abstracts

The seminar is open for all that wish to introduce their research. Please submit an extended abstract for an oral or poster presentation (from one to four pages) on your research / research plan.

Please submit your abstract (with preference of oral/poster presentation) as a word file, including possible figures, using the given template by e-mail to riitta.kamula (at)

The deadline for abstract submission is April 28, 2022. Notification of acceptance will be sent by e-mail to the corresponding author latest on May 2, 2022.

Registrations and contact information

Register in the course latest on Thursday May 2, 2020; registrations in this link

For more information and instructions please contact Coordinator Riitta Kamula (firstname.lastname at

Research seminar

Open to all wishing to give a presentation

Applicable to research plan seminar

Program (NB: Subject to changes)

10.00 - 10.05 Opening words. Coordinator Riitta Kamula, Kvantum Institute

Keynote presentation

10:05 - 10:45 Career narrative. TBC

Research presentations

10:45 --11:30

11:30– 12:30

11:30– 12:30 Break

Research presentations

12:30 -13:30

13:30 - 14:30 Workshop on presenting and wrap-up of the day

  • How to engage your audience. Coordinator Riitta Kamula, Kvantum Institute /TNS-DP, University of Oulu
  • Discussions and wrap-up of the seminar