I was recently appointed to a new post (at a much better university) and my affiliation will change in a couple of months. I have to attend a conference next week and present work carried out with my current affiliation.
I would like somehow to let the audience know what my next position will be, and the project I will be working on, as it is very relevant in the community.
My questions are:
Is this common, or should I just stick to the research findings?
If it is indeed common, how to let the audience know? I was thinking about including a slide in the end of my presentation, about my upcoming post and project. But then, is there a chance that my new employer would have a problem with that? Should I let them know? Or maybe just forget the whole thing and just present my current work?
I am asking because the presentation will be permanently online, so I would like to make the most out of it.