Guidelines for IMM Student Seminar
Article selection & submission
Article selection: You are encouraged to select a recent article with IF>5 (e.g., published after January 2021) that is NOT directly related to your research field. The first-year students are allowed to select the recent high impact publication related to his or her thesis research topics.
Submission time: You MUST submit the title and the URL connection address of the article of your choice to the IMM website manager (IMM: firstname.lastname@example.org ). At the same time, each student needs to send a hard copy of your article to Professors Chun-Hsien Chu and Chung-Liang Ho. The submission deadline for the first-year students is no later than August 14 ,2022 while that for the second-year students is no later than July 31 ,2022.
Abstract format and submission
Abstract format: Please use your own words to write ONLY one page of abstract according to the suggested format below.
Submission to whom:
- If you are a 1st year student, please email your abstract to Professor Chung-Liang Ho. (email@example.com) / Professor Chun-Hsien Chu (firstname.lastname@example.org), your commentator, and IMM website manager at least one week prior to your seminar date.
- If you are a 2nd year student, please email your abstract to Professor Chun-Hsien Chu (email@example.com), your commentator, and IMM website manager at least one week prior to your seminar date.
- Any late submission will result in 10 points deduction from your final grade.
Preparation: You have to present your article no more than 35 minutes in PowerPoint format. Therefore, you only need to prepare 30-40 slides for your presentation considering one slide per minute.
Contents: Please prepare your slides in the order of Background, Hypothesis, Methods/Results, and Discussion/Conclusion. Before paper presentation, you should prepare one slide to briefly introduce the research interest of the corresponding author in the last 5 years.
Language of presentation: All student in the second year or higher must present your article in English. To begin your English presentation, please give a 2~3 min summary of key points of the paper in Mandarin. For students in the first year, you are required to give a short summary of the key points of the paper in English.