• Question: How often do you speak to people about what you're working on? For example talking at a lecture.

    Asked by grace.fahy to George, James, Ahmed, Francesca, Nitheen on 11 Nov 2014. This question was also asked by lisamariacullen, becksblowup.
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      James Sullivan answered on 11 Nov 2014:

      Hi Grace,

      Normally I’d try to go to at least 1 conference a year where I can present my research.

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      Francesca Paradisi answered on 17 Nov 2014:

      It can happen on different occasions a few times a year. I have been invited to give talks in other universities and I have presented my work. Also I attend conferences where sometimes I give a talk and other time I present my work in the form of a poster. My students go to conferences too, so even if i ma not there in person, other people get to see what we are doing.

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      Ahmed Osman answered on 17 Nov 2014:

      Dear grace.fahy
      thanks for this nice question
      Usually I speak to people about my work 10 times a year 5 times for international conferences and the rest for the group school meeting every month