World Sustainable Energy Days 2017 – Young Researchers Conference and Award: Energy Efficiency and Biomass

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The World Sustainable Energy Days organisers have announced the upcoming programme for the Young Researchers Conference and Award: Energy Efficiency and Biomass.

Dedicated to the next generation of professionals and experts, the two conference tracks present the work and achievements of young researchers in the fields of biomass and energy efficiency.

The Young Researchers Conference will be held on 1-2 March 2017 in the context of the World Sustainable Energy Days 2017 in Wels, Austria. With more than 750 participants from over 57 countries in 2016, the World Sustainable Energy Days are one of Europe’s largest annual conferences on sustainable energy. Check out the programme & pictures of the 2016 edition to get an impression of the event.

The organiser covers the costs of accommodation, meals, participation and local transport for up to 60 selected participants.

Young researchers (born after 1981) are invited to submit contributions by 10 October 2016 on the WSED website. Submissions are welcome from all scientific fields. A high-level scientific committee selects papers for oral and poster presentation. Visit their website for detailed information.

The best contributions will be honoured with the awards “Best Young Researcher: Biomass” and the “Best Young Researcher: Energy Efficiency”. The researchers will each receive 1,000 Euro as prize money. The winners will be selected from the oral presenters.

Further information go to the Young Researchers website.

Rod Janssen of EiD is honoured to once again be on the scientific committee for the conference.

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