Natural Systems and Processes Poster Session (NSPPS) 2016
Great Hall, Wills Memorial Building
NSPPS is a University-wide poster session for postgraduate students, aimed at increasing inter-departmental connections and exchanging new ideas across our interlinked disciplines.
Post Graduate Research and Taught Students
Great Prizes to be won for the best posters, as voted by students and staff and judged by a panel.
Showcasing your research in the relaxed environment of NSPPS is a great way to promote your work and find out about current developments in Geosciences from across the University. We just ask that you stand by your poster for a 30 minute period during the 3 hour event.
Research staff, teaching staff and post-docs are warmly invited to attend and see the diversity of natural systems research being done by student researchers across the University.
To register you poster and to find out more about this event, please visit the official website.
Earth Sciences: Leanne Melbourne or Laura Speich
Geography: Michael Cooper or Alejandra Urra
Biological/Life Sciences: James Clark
Engineering: Fanny Sarrazin