Walloon PhD students and researchers working in any aspects of biorefining, green chemistry or white biotechnology are encouraged to actively participate to the event, to present their work and expertise to the other stakeholders of the green economy, to meet potential employers and investors, and to learn about the business context of this field of activity.
PhD students and researchers are encouraged to submit their abstract for a poster presentation of their research.
The best poster will be awarded a prize of 400 € supported by MATERIA NOVA Research Center. Two to four selected PhD students will have the opportunity to present their work orally.
The main factors considered to qualify abstracts for acceptance are as follows:
The objectives of the research are clearly described.
The research makes a significant contribution to biorefining, « Green chemistry or White biotechnology”.
The methods used (including the design, implementation, and analysis) are appropriate to achieving the objectives of the research.
The abstract is logical, clearly written, easy to understand and free of grammatical or typographical errors.
Information to provide to fill in the form:
1. Title of Poster (50-word limit)
2. Authors and Affiliations
3. Abstract Text (500-word limit) (Tables and graphics are not recommended , as they are extremely difficult to align in the space available)
4. Select Poster / Oral presentation
5. First author position with respect to PhD and experience
Master / PhD / Post-Doc / Other
6. Years or research experience: 1 2 3 4 >5
Deadline for submissions of abstracts: 10/05/2017
Paper acceptance notifications: 12/05/2017
|Registration||21 Feb – 19 May|
|Meeting Selection||3 Apr – 19 May|
|Event||22 May – 23 May|
Université de Mons - Campus Plaine de Nimy