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Friday 17 November 2023, 8:30 am - 8:30 pm
Annual symposium of the Institute for Molecules and Materials of Radboud University

Do you want to hear about interesting theme related research topics in physics and chemistry? Are you curious to find about what research has been done in IMM recently? Or do you want to pitch your research? Join the sIMMposium2023, the annual symposium of the Institute for Molecules and Materials (IMM) of Radboud University.


On this one-day symposium we will bring you a stimulating and interactive programme with an interesting line-up of (international) speakers and IMM researchers who will give a lecture about a theme related research topic and present their latest (results of) research work. PhD Candidates will show their work in a small group in pitch sessions. 

Research pitch session

As a PhD candidate or Postdoc, you have the opportunity to present your research work to your IMM colleagues in small group in short pitch sessions. During these sessions, you will give a concise verbal presentation of your research using a maximum of five slides on your laptop. It's a chance for you to effectively communicate the essence of your research in a compact manner.

We have 5 rounds, each round is 15 minutes. Each pitch includes 5-7 minutes presentation (max. 5 slides) followed by discussions. You will present your research in small groups. The sIMMposium participants will be divided over the pitches.


Van der Valk Hotel Nijmegen-Lent, Nijmegen

Register & sign up for research pitch session

We will send you information about how to register for the sIMMposium2023 and the sign up for the the research pitch session mid September.

sIMMposium2023-draft programme

Friday 17 November 2023, 8:30 am - 8:30 pm
Registration deadline
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The sIMMposium is free of charge, and includes attendance at all presentations, coffee breaks and lunch. By filling in this form you confirm attendance to the sIMMposium. You can also sign up for giving a Research Pitch session.