Research Pitch Battle – Danish Sound Day 2022 – November 9

Present your audio research project

Are you a Master student, PhD or Postdoc doing sound related research at a Danish university? Now it’s your chance to present your results for a large and relevant audience! 

If your project description is selected, we invite you on stage for the research pitch battle at [Danish Sound Day]. After your pitch, you will receive feedback from industry representatives, researchers, investors and other organizations from the Danish sound ecosystem. 

Danish Sound Day event link: here

Q&A

Who can participate?

Master students, PhD students or Postdocs affiliated with a Danish university – or within one year of graduation/ end of contract. If a group project is selected, please choose one individual to represent you for the pitch.   

How do I apply? 

Simply submit your project description at: slt@danishsound.org. Please check out the information box below for detailed information. 

What are the selection criteria? 

Project descriptions will be selected by the executive committee of the Danish Sound Cluster. The committee evaluates and ranks the projects according to their idea, novelty and impact. 

Project description
  • Name, email, institution, position, project title 
  • Layman project description (Max 1000 characters) 
  • Long project description (max 2 pages, including references) including: 
    • Idea – what is the overall idea? 
    • State-of-the-art – set the scene, what else has been done, how do you differ, what is the novelty in your work? 
    • Impact – How far is this research from being turned into technology / product / knowledge? 
    • A relevant figure or illustration A few scientific references 
Process
  • Candidates submit their project description before Oct 10 at slt@danishsound.org 
  • 3 selected finalists are invited to give a 5 min. pitch at Danish Sound Day Nov 9 
  • A jury selects the winner of the Danish Sound Research Talent Award 2022, based on public vote and their own judgement 
  • Besides the honour, the winner receives a travel grant at DKK 8.000 (for scientific or educational purpose) 
  • The 3 finalists get travel costs and hotel accommodation covered 
For more information:

Sine Lomholt Thomsen, Project Manager, Danish Sound Cluster

slt@danishsound.org or 3013 6093

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