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== How to plan your presentation? ==
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* at the start of your internship, as part of the planning, you will get a ''provisional'' presentation date (see schedule below)
 
* ask permission from your supervisor to ask for a timeslot
 
** you need to hand in a first version of your thesis '''two weeks before''' your presentation. We may ask you to make some changes to the thesis after the presentation.
 
* make an appointment with your internal (VU/UvA) supervisor
 
** send a title and abstract
 
** indicate who needs to attend (e.g., supervisors)
 
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<!-- * check our [https://calendar.few.vu.nl/command.shtml?view=overview&calid=san550:StudentTalks&tzid=Europe/Paris&security=1 calendar] for upcoming student talks -->
 
 
 
== Presentations for Master Bioinformatics and Systems Biology ==
 
* Final presentation for major or minor master project
 
* Defence for research proposal
 
* Research talk during minor or major master project
 
 
 
==Schedule==
 
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We have a fixed number of slots on the Wednesday afternoon, two weeks before the grade deadline at the education office, see [[Presentation and Graduation dates Schedule]].
 
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You should pick an available slot together with your supervisor (internal and/or external as applicable). When you have a date, let your (internal - VU or UvA) supervisor know. <!--remove it from the list above, or [mailto:feenstra@few.vu.nl?subject=MSC%20Student%20talk%schedule ask me via e-mail to do that]. --> Your (internal - VU or UvA) supervisor should make sure at least two teachers can and will be present - this is required for grading.
 
 
 
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