SCI’s Materials Science Early Career Forum

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Synopsis

SCI’s Materials Science Early Career Forum invites you to attend their networking event and symposium, which will be held on 08 September 2017 at SCI’s offices in Belgrave Square, London.

This event, the inaugural of an annual series, will bring together early career researchers from academia and industry, with interests spanning all aspects of materials science, to facilitate cross-disciplinary networking in a relaxed atmosphere. It will also provide the opportunity to present your work and raise your profile.

Please click here to download the event flyer.

Keynote Speakers

  • Prof Matt Rosseinsky, University of Liverpool: ‘Design of Advanced Materials?’
  • Dr Magdalena Titirici, Queen Mary University London: ‘Sustainable Carbon Materials from Hydrothermal Processes for Renewable Energy Applications’

Call for Abstracts

We are calling for poster/oral presentation abstracts for this event.

Please submit your poster/oral presentation abstract, using the abstract template, by midnight on 15 August 2017 to communications@soci.org

1st place oral and poster prize winners will receive a £50 cash prize and one year’s free SCI membership. Second place awardees in both competitions will receive one year’s free SCI membership.

Please note: the time allocated to oral presentations is 15 minute per presentation (12 minute talk+3 minute q&a)

Location

SCI
14/15 Belgrave Square
London
SW1X 8PS

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Delegate Fees

£15 for members and non-members

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