Elevator Pitch Description
The focus of the elevator pitch is to present your research work to fellow colleague in a
brief concise manner that covers the key fundamental science that you are investigating.
The idea is to convey in approximately 3 minutes who you are (expertise), what you are
doing (research), how you are doing it (technologies used) why are you doing it (target
application) and where you want help(possible collaborations).
Elevator pitch eligibility criteria
1. 3 minute presentation (no longer – time is important as these sessions are limited
to the bazaar)
2. 1 slide that covers your full presentation (only 1 slide is allowed and only one
slide will be displayed)
3. Focus your presentation on you and your work (not on your institute or
university) This event is about selling you and your research to other fellow N2L
members and giving people an idea of who you are (breaking the ice as such) and
not promoting your place of work.
4. Must be a young scientist (under 35)