Postgraduate Research Showcase 2024

The Doctoral School PGR Showcase took place on  Wednesday and Thursday 28th and 29th February 2024, our annual showcase recognises the excellence of Lincoln’s postgraduate research. Over the two days we will have a a scheduled programme of key speakers, postgraduate presentations, the 3MT presentations, a poster showcase, and a plenary session by PGR students. The event will include plenty of opportunities for participants and delegates to network and discuss their research. Lincoln students and staff are warmly invited to  meet our new generation of researchers and discover dynamic, engaging presentations of fascinating postgraduate projects and their impact.   Due to feedback the conference will mostly take place online to allow as much participation as possible, but there will ne networking opportunities on campus too.

Call for Papers will open in early 2025

We are seeking entries from research students of all disciplinesYour presentation should provide the audience with a clear idea of what your research is about, what you have discovered and the impact of your research. All postgraduate research students are eligible to submit a presentation or poster, and to enter the 3MT competition. 

Submit for a Presentation, Poster or 3MT presentation.

Applications for the 2024 PGR Showcase are now closed. If you wish to submit for next years showcase, please email us at

Further Submission Information

Please consult the document below for further information about the call for papers and submission guidelines.

East Midlands Doctoral Network

The East Midlands Doctoral Network (EMDoc) consists of nine universities, who together we are united in sharing best practice, resources and insights into postgraduate research, as well as providing opportunities for collaboration and networking.

Every year EMDoc provides the opportunity for students from all organisations to participate and attend an EMDoc conference. This conference usually takes place in September, with further information coming in due course. For now, please visit the EMDoc site to find out more: