2023 Research Presentation Poster Contest
The Office of Humanities and Social Sciences Research Promotion will hold an academic research poster contest for graduate students and young staff members who are (or have been) involved in a wide range of fields, providing them with an opportunity to improve their studies. Participating works will be open to the public, and awards will be given after judging. We look forward to receiving many submissions.
From Friday, November 10, 2023 to Friday, December 15, 2023
2. Application format
Poster size should be A0 size (vertically).
Please convert your poster to a PDF file and upload it to the Google Form below by the deadline.
Please note that this does not have to be your first publication. Re-publication of your paper at other conferences is also welcome. 3.
Posters will be displayed at the entrance on the 2nd floor of the Humanities and Social Sciences Building.
An online poster session will be held and participants will vote on their posters.
Voting will be conducted on the Internet and on the actual exhibition.
Based on the results of the voting, the staff of the Research Promotion Office will confer a certificate and a supplementary prize to the best applicant in March 2024. 4.
Eligibility (students on leave of absence or studying abroad are also welcome to apply)
Graduate students (master’s students are also welcome) who belong to or have belonged to the Humanities and Social Sciences Research County.
Young faculty members and researchers who belong to or have belonged to the Humanities and Social Sciences Research Group.
Due to the limited number of poster display areas, the number of participants will be limited to about 20.
5. For inquiries, please contact
Humanities and Social Sciences URA Wang Cheng Lan