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Rhetoric workshop IndTech graduate school organized the Rhetoric workshop for Ph.D. students to enhance their presentation skills on 13th May 2022, Eskilstuna campus. Elaine Eksvärd, the experienced communication consultant, was invited to coach the young researchers for the whole day. The common challenge most researchers face is how to make the academic presentation engaging. Elaine […]
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The IndTech conference was held on Aug 25th. to 26th. at Sandvik Mining and Rock Solutions at Sandviken city. It was the first year gathering of Industrial Ph.D. students, supervisors, mentors, and board members in person since the pandemic. The conference focused on enhancing the competence regarding public speaking skills and publication collaboration, which are essential for long-term Ph.D. studies. They presented themselves in 5 minutes pitch and formed publication plan in groups during the mingle session. We were also honored to have Nina Åxman introduced the transformative journey of Sandvik Rock Tools in global operations, and the presentation about Human-Centered Industrial AI from Professor Kristian Sandström of MDU. Great thanks to Sandvik Mining and Rock Solutions for providing the stunning production line tour and all the event support.
The Rhetoric Workshops aim to enhance the PhD student’s public speaking skills with intensive one-day training. The rhetoric coach Elaine Eksvärd was invited to this workshop to give practical tools and customized training for each student. Here you will find the introduction, the useful tips, and the final presentations from students after practice.
IndTech graduate school organized the Rhetoric workshop for Ph.D. students to enhance their presentation skills on 13th May 2022, Eskilstuna campus. Elaine Eksvärd, the experienced communication consultant, was invited to coach the young researchers for the whole day.
Episode 1: Goals and students expectations
The common challenge most researchers face is how to make the academic presentation engaging. She used presentation examples on different occasions to help them understand the importance of clarity, engagement, and fun.
Episode 2: The tools
Elaine provided powerful tools to facilitate the students to break the routine by building the first impression from self-introduction. Each student got individual training regarding the details such as the voice, the gesture, eye contact, etc.
Episode 3: The presentations
The workshop aimed to support their 5 minutes pitch at the upcoming IndTech graduate school conference, where they will present themselves and research topics for more than 50 participants.