SYED, MISWAR AKHTAR
Summary of activities
- November 23
- Opening ceremony and welcoming
- Keynote talks 1-3
- Paper presentation sessions 1-5
- November 24
- Keynote talks 4-6
- Paper presentation sessions 6-10
- November 25
- Keynote talks 7-9
- Paper presentation sessions 11-16
- November 26
- Industry Forum
- Paper presentation sessions 17-23
- Closing and award ceremony
- Representing the university on an international level.
- Contributing and learning about the advances in the field of interest.
- Receiving valuable feedback and recommendations from field experts.
- Networking opportunities.
- Enhancing paper presentation and communication skills.
- A valuable addition to the CV.
- Time zones mismatch as the virtual conference time was based on the Australian Western Standard Time.
- Being the only undergraduate among the field experts and PhD holders.
- Unexpected potential setbacks as the virtual conference was a new experience for both the organizers and presenters.
Presenting in a conference as an undergraduate student has been a unique experience and I would recommend everyone to seek this opportunity, if possible.