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Jean-luc is a popular invited speaker at top-notch universities
and international conferences for what are now classic lectures
(or related interactive workshops) on scientific communication,
visual structure, pedagogy, statistical thinking, and other topics.
Interested in bringing Jean-luc to your campus or conference?
You might have a look at these documents and then contact us:

>  Sessions on communication and more
>  List of talks and papers

The following sessions have already been confirmed—and more
are in the planning. You can sign up to receive announcements
for your part of the world (and unsubscribe safely at any time).

1–4 Nov 2016
New York

The New York tour 2016
This Fall again, Jean-luc will be speaking in New York City and nearby.
The sessions below are confirmed; more are currently being discussed.
Unless otherwise posted, everyone is welcome to attend: tell your friends.

Tue 1 Nov

Weill Cornell

16:00–18:00   C–200 Weill Auditorium

Making the most of your presentation

Wed 2 Nov

Rockefeller U

9:30–13:30   For registered Rockefeller U postdocs only

Structuring your research paper

Fri 4 Nov

U of Penn

15:00–17:00   Berger Auditorium (Skirkanich Hall)

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Making the most of your presentation

Wed 16 Nov 2016
20:00–22:00 in SUD 09
Louvain-la-Neuve, Belgium

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Curriculum vitæ efficaces : contenu et présentation
As part of a long-established tradition, Jean-luc will, this year again,
deliver his talk on résumés for master students of the Louvain School
of Engineering and beyond. Everyone is welcome to attend [in French].
Please register, so we know how many attendees to expect. Thanks.


Tue 13 Dec 2016
Barcelona, Spain

Making the most of your presentation
Jean-luc looks forward to returning to Barcelona, this time to deliver
our flagship lecture on oral presentations at the August Pi i Sunyer
Biomedical Research Institute (IDIBAPS)
. Tell your contacts at IDIBAPS.

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