We believe that today's students are tomorrow's great researchers. For this reason, we have two special recognition grants for young researchers in our Climate Week 2023; the Best Poster Presentation' award with a value of $300 and the 'Young Researcher' award with a value of $550 to one of presenters selected by judges.
We hope this will encourage young researchers to do further quality research in the future.
This competition is open to all students (graduates, post graduates and research scholars), who are the presenting author of an abstract submitted for poster presentation at Climate Week2023.
The prizes will be awarded to the posters judged the best -based on the content and quality of the visual display of information of the poster, and the ability of the presenter to successfully and succinctly present its subject matter.
All the winners will be announced at the closing ceremony of the conference. The decision of the winner will be withdrawn if the winner/winners is/are not present at the time of announcement.
Climate Week 2023offers a unique platform for students to present a short oral presentation duringthe special session. A time slot of 12-minute presentation time followed by 3 minutes of questions will be provided for each presentation.
Any full-time university student, who is the presenting author of an abstract submitted for oral presentation at Climate Week 2023, are eligible for “Best Student Presentation” award.
The applicant must be under 35 years of age on 16thOctober 2023, and the first author as well as the presenting author of an abstract submitted for oral presentation at Climate Week 2023. Three Prize Winners will be selected by Young Scientist Program Committee. Email will be sent to all the participants a month before the conference to nominate for the Best Young Scientist award.