Attend the Virtual International Conference of Undergraduate Research
Join the International Conference of Undergraduate Research (ICUR) on September 29th and 30th 2020 as a virtual audience member to experience some of the best interdisciplinary undergraduate research from around the world. Participation is FREE.
ICUR is a two-day, 48 hour international and interdisciplinary undergraduate conference. The Conference is hosted by Monash University and the University of Warwick and connects undergraduate researchers in the United States, England, Singapore, Australia, Malaysia, Spain, Belgium, Slovenia, France, and Canada to present their research to a virtual audience from around the world.
No matter which time zone you live in, you will have access to any panel that is taking place while you are logged in to the mobile App or desktop version.
Download the App Now
This year both audience and presenters will join the conference virtually through the new ICUR App, where anyone, anywhere in the world can watch, participate, interact, vote and ask questions of the virtual poster and spoken panel presentations without leaving their home.
The ICUR App is available to download now for mobile devices via the Google & Apple stores with desktop access via https://icur2020.entegyapp.com.au/. Please see the app for all scheduling and presenter information.
This year ICUR will host keynote speaker Helen Keen, the award-winning performer and popular-science writer, you may have heard her distinctive voice on the BBC show It Is Rocket Science where she has an innovative and quirky approach to translating scientific research to a broader audience. Opening the conference are our two opening speakers Dr. Brian Martin Monash Art, Design and Architectures inaugural Associate Dean, Indigenous and current Monash undergraduate student Simone Pianko, founder of the Borrow Cup sustainability initiative that has taken Monash Clayton campus by storm.
ICUR will also be hosting an Alumni Panel featuring past ICUR presenters and student leaders from Monash University, University of Warwick, and Nanyang Technological University. The alumni will discuss how they translated the skills and experiences they gained from ICUR into real-world opportunities, answering questions and passing along tips to current undergraduate researchers with a focus on employability.
All are welcome to join the conference, please download the ICUR App & register as an audience member via the icurportal.com