How to make a memorable presentation

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1. How to make amemorable presentation Sudeep C. Popat scp@asu.edu 2. 132PlanningDesignDelivery 3. 1Planning 4. Presentations are about telling a story 5. Not all audience is equal 6. This is not the best way to plan a presentation 7. We dont know where we get our ideas from. We do know we dont get them from our laptops.- John Cleese 8. Disconnect 9. Structuring your storyNarrowBroadBroad 10. The 10-minute ruleHighAttentionLow 102030 Time4050 11. Structuring your storyNarrowBroadBroad 12. Structuring your story 13. Structuring your storySolutionChallengeSolutionChallengeSolutionChallengeSolutionChallenge 14. Structuring your storyAnswerQuestionAnswerQuestionAnswerQuestionAnswerQuestion 15. Steve Jobss iPhone introduction presentation 16. MLKs I have a dream speech 17. Structuring your storyGeneralDeep 18. Plan to have a home slide 19. The redox tower Anode potential -0.4 -0.2 0Increasing respiration rateAcetate-0.4 -0.2 0+0.2+0.2+0.4+0.4+0.6+0.6+0.8+0.8 All voltages vs. SHE 20. The anaerobic food web 21. Go analog 22. 2Design 23. This is what we think of as design 24. or this 25. Water Providing access to clean water is one of the grand challenges for engineering, as outlined by NAE in 20081.1 billion people worldwide lack access to clean water; thats 1/6th of the total populationWater is not evenly distributed; some areas have more freshwater, while some have water scarcityFor e.g. Canada has more than it needs, while middle east has severe shortageWater challenges are also tied together with energy challenges, and so its important to maintain a sustainable water-energy nexus 26. Death by bullet points 27. Imagine how many accidents we would have if Follow this sign to go to Phoenix on I-10 You will also nd a connection to Wickenburg at AZ-60 This route takes you to the Sky Harbor airport on 143N Make sure you are not onthis lane if you dont need to go to the airport This exit takes you to Broadway Rd But you will also be able to go to 52nd St if you need 28. Thats why road signs do not have bullet points 29. Of all of our inventions for mass communication, pictures still speak the most universally understood language.- Walt Disney 30. 1.1 billion people lack access to clean water 31. 1point per slide 32. slides are 33. Freshwater is not evenly distributed 34. Start with a blank slide 35. Outline of todays talk Introduction Literature Review Materials and Methods - Method 1 - Method 2 - Method 3 Results and Discussion - Topic 1 - Topic 2 - Topic 3 Conclusions Acknowledgments 36. Outline of todays talk Introduction Literature Review Materials and Methods - Method 1 - Method 2 - Method 3 Results and Discussion - Topic 1 - Topic 2 - Topic 3 Conclusions Acknowledgments 37. Topics to be covered today...1Microbial fuel cells for wastewater treatment 38. Topics to be covered today...1Microbial fuel cells for wastewater treatment2Electrochemical analyses of anode-respiring bacteria 39. Topics to be covered today...1Microbial fuel cells for wastewater treatment2Electrochemical analyses of anode-respiring bacteria3OH- transport limitations in Pt/C cathodes 40. 1. Energy 2. Water 3. Food 4. Environment 5. Poverty 6. Terrorism & war 7. Disease 8. Education 9. Democracy 10.PopulationRichard Smalley 41. 50%of total energy use in WW treatment goes in activated sludge 42. Wastewater treatment is energy intensive 43. Wastewater treatment is energy intensive0.6 kWh/m3 of WW Activated Sludge Digester Heating/Mixing Influent Pumping Disinfection Sludge Handling OtherMcCarty et al., ES&T, 2011 44. Global phosphorus reserves expected to be depleted in50-100 years 45. One day of breathing in Mumbai = One cigarette pack 46. Biosolids for land application 47. Wired microbial metabolism 48. Takes lots of photos in the lab 49. New revelations on respiratory behavior of Geobacter sulfurreducens grown on electrodes Sudeep C. Popat | Swette Center for Environmental Biotechnology | scp@asu.edu 50. Use schematics and animations... but wisely! LiquidCathode CS OHO2CL Diffusion Layer e-j = nF(D/L)(C) 51. Use schematics and animations... but wisely! LiquidCathode CS OHO2CL Diffusion Layer e-j = nF(D/L)(C) For j = 10 A/m2, C = 0.1 M 52. Use schematics and animations... but wisely! LiquidCathode 1.23 V CSOHO2CL Diffusion Layer e-Nernst Equationj = nF(D/L)(C) For j = 10 A/m2, C = 0.1 M60 mV per pH unit0.39 V 0pH14 53. Use schematics and animations... but wisely! LiquidCathode 1.23 V CSOH-j = nF(D/L)(C)O2For j = 10 A/m2, C = 0.1 MCLLiquid60 mV per pH unit0.39 VDiffusion Layer e-0Cathode 0.1 MCase 1: Liquid pH 7Nernst Equation10-7 MDiffusion LayerpH14 54. Use schematics and animations... but wisely! LiquidCathode 1.23 V CSOH-j = nF(D/L)(C)O2For j = 10 A/m2, C = 0.1 MCLLiquid60 mV per pH unit0.39 VDiffusion Layer e-0Cathode 0.1 MCase 1: Liquid pH 7Nernst EquationpH 13 10-7 MDiffusion LayerpH14 55. Use schematics and animations... but wisely! LiquidCathode 1.23 V CSOH-j = nF(D/L)(C)O2For j = 10 A/m2, C = 0.1 MCLLiquid60 mV per pH unit0.39 VDiffusion Layer e-0CathodeLiquid0.1 M Case 1: Liquid pH 7Nernst EquationpH 13 10-7 MDiffusion Layer0.1 MpH14Cathode 0.2 MCase 2: Liquid pH 13Diffusion Layer 56. Use schematics and animations... but wisely! LiquidCathode 1.23 V CSOH-j = nF(D/L)(C)O2For j = 10 A/m2, C = 0.1 MCLLiquid60 mV per pH unit0.39 VDiffusion Layer e-0CathodeLiquid0.1 M Case 1: Liquid pH 7Nernst EquationpH 13 10-7 MDiffusion Layer0.1 M Case 2: Liquid pH 13pH14Cathode 0.2 M pH 13.1Diffusion Layer 57. The best design gets out of the way of between the viewers brain and the content.- Edward Tufte 58. Do not use templates that waste a lot of space 59. Do not use templates that waste a lot of space 60. Even your institutions template is not needed for every slide 61. A blank slide is the best 62. Which Fonts Should You Use? 63. This is a Serif fontThis is a Sans Serif font 64. This is a Serif fontThis is a Sans Serif font 65. This is a Serif fontThis is a Sans Serif font 66. Arial Calibri Gill Sans Lucida GrandeOpen Sans Tahoma Verdana 67. Comic Sans? 68. Comic Sans? 69. Helvetica 70. Which Colors Should You Use? 71. ContrastContrast 72. Black on White 73. Yellow on White 74. White on Black 75. Navy Blue on Black 76. Of all of our inventions for mass communication, pictures still speak the most universally understood language.- Walt Disney 77. Of all of our inventions for mass communication, pictures still speak the most universally understood language.- Walt Disney 78. Of all of our inventions for mass communication, pictures still speak the most universally understood language.- Walt Disney 79. http://commguide.asu.edu 80. How to Show Graphs and Data? 81. Take this example... 82. % FAME of Total BiomassMore solvent = more lipids 4 3 2 1 0 5x10x Solvent : Biomass70x 83. % FAME of Total BiomassFP improves lipid recovery for low solvent use... 4Solvent : Biomass = 5x3 2 1 0 Control 17.6 23.3 29.2 35.8 FP Treatment (kWh m-3)71.7 84. % FAME of Total Biomass...but not for large solvent use 4Solvent : Biomass = 70x3 2 1 0 Control 17.6 23.3 29.2 35.8 FP Treatment (kWh m-3)71.7 85. Different lipid fractions dont change with FP ControlC18:3 C18:2 C18:1C18:3 C18:2 C18:1 C16:117.6 kWh m-3C16:0C16:1C16:0 86. Look at the world around you... 87. 3Delivery 88. Practice, practice and the practice some more! 89. Video tape yourself 90. Always look at the audience 91. Use Presenter View 92. Use Presenter View 93. Use Presenter View 94. Richard Feynman 95. Sir Ken Robinson 96. Remember its about telling your story 97. Resources 98. http://commguide.asu.edu 99. Garr Reynoldspresentationzen.comTodd Reuboldslideshare/treuboldNancy Duarte duarte.com slide:ology ResonateSusan McConnellyoutube/ibioseminars 100. Jay H. Lehr Let There Be Stoning! 101. Michael Alley The Craft of Scientic Presentations 102. Simplify 103. Simplicity is about bringing order to complexity.- Jony Ive 104. Sudeep C. Popat Swette Center for Environmental Biotechnology Biodesign Institute at Arizona State University scp@asu.edu 105. Photo credits Al Gore presenting photo - Paramount Classics Steve Jobs presenting photo - Apple, Inc. Planning photo - St. Lucie County, FL Steve Jobs iPhone photo - Apple, Inc. Anaerobic food web schematic - Angenent et al., Trends Biotechnol., 2004 Designer photo - Globe University Walt Disney photo - The Walt Disney Company Africa water pollution photo - E Staub/CDC Richard Smalley photo - redOrbit Phosphorus mining photo - Alexandra Pugachevsky Mumbai air pollution photo - Romana Chapman/Indian Insights Biosolids photo - Mid West Biosystems Choose Vegetarianism billboard - Mercy for Animals Method products photo - Method Products, pbc Dont Panic graphic - Buena Vista Pictures Dance rehearsal photo - Noord Nederlandse Al Gore photo - Paramount Classics Richard Feynman photo - American Institute of Physics Sir Ken Robinson photo - Ryan Lash/TED Lots of books photo - Jess Mountield Todd Reubold photo - University of Minnesota Nancy Duarte photo - Poptech Jay Lehr photo - US Soy Bean Export Council Michael Alley photo - Penn State Susan McConnell photo - Stanford University Jony Ive photo - Apple, Inc. Several other images - Stock photos