The current schedule is (Wednesday, 2pm in each case)
10 October: Imtiaz
17 October: Jiatong
24 October: Jonathan
31 October: Adesoye
7 November: Vineela
21 November: Jerome
This is not meant to be a formal presentation (i.e. a complete piece of work with discussion and conclusions), but might include things such as:
1) A few plots of experimental, theoretical, or simulation results you have obtained recently (with a brief explanation of the method, what the results are and possibly what the results mean).
2) A précis of reading you have recently undertaken. For example, some ideas, results, or other information from a paper you have just read.
3) A discussion of a relevant model or a software package.
4) A presentation you are about to give at a conference/meeting (i.e. this is an opportunity to practice your talk) or a presentation you have recently given at a conference/meeting (i.e. this is an opportunity for other people in the group to see the work you have done).
For everything except conference presentations, you should aim to talk for 10 minutes or so, and we will allow 15-30 minutes for questions and discussion afterwards. As mentioned above, this is not a formal presentation, so preparation time should be kept to a minimum (not more than 0.5 a day or so).
For APG students, remember to update your passport with the fact that you have completed a presentation.