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PITP Showcase summary competition results are in!
The PITP judges have finally chosen the top three graduate student summaries.
The winning essays were each so good, the judges couldn't decide on a
placement for awarding them. Each winner will receive $200. The winners are:
- Santosh Gupta
- Matthew Hasselfield
- Tami Peneg-Barnea
The essays themselves are written on the presentations or public lectures of
Graduate students are being encouraged to write 600-800 word summaries
talks given (this includes panel discussions and public
lectures) at the Showcase conference. Selected essays will appear on
the PITP webpage, to be read by fellow physicists, other scientists, and
potentially the general public.
Submitted essays should be aimed at your fellow graduate students and
should outline the arguments and ideas presented while keeping the number
of equations and detailed mathematics at a minimum. Submissions should be
essentially a summary of the talk given rather than a critique, and need
not offer any new insight. However, feel free to add background
information to provide a suitable context for the discussion.