SCEE Young Scientist Award

The SCEE Young Scientist Award was initially presented at the SCEE 2000. It recognizes outstanding achievements and contributions of young scientists.

A young scientist is understood to be either a master student, a doctoral researcher or a post-doctoral researcher within the first six years after obtaining his or her doctoral degree. All those participants are invited to join the competition for the SCEE Young Scientist Award.

Participation in the award competition requires a poster presentation. This also applies to participants who have been selected for a talk. They are requested to bring a poster covering the topic of their talk, announce the organizers in advance so that they are included in the posters' program and prepare a short poster presentation as described at the conference presentation guideline page.

The programme committee of the current SCEE conference will review the posters during the poster session and the laureates will be announced in an award session.

The laureates will receive a diploma and a prize. For details on the current amount of the prize, please go to the conference award page

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