The C3E poster session is open to undergraduate and graduate students, and postdoctoral researchers engaged in clean energy research across all disciplines in universities worldwide. Abstract submission closes on May 30, 2017. Authors will be notified of the acceptance of their abstract by June 9, 2017.
Criteria for prescreening are:
Abstracts should contain:
The C3E poster competition is open to all authors whose abstracts are accepted and who submit a PDF of their poster along with a 1-minute video describing the poster and their research by August 20, 2017.
Portal for submission of posters and videos will be open on June 10, 2017.
Judges from MIT, DOE, and Stanford will review the poster entrants and select the top 5 posters, which will receive a financial award of $1000 each.
To be considered for poster presentation, entrants must be able to attend the full symposium on November 15, 2017 at MIT in Cambridge, MA to present their work in person during all breaks and at the evening session. For the top 5 presenters who submit the most compelling posters and presentations, the C3E committee will award a stipend towards their travel and accommodation expenses for the symposium. Award of these funds will be announced when posters are selected.
The poster presenter must be a female undergraduate, graduate student, or postdoc currently undertaking the research project presented. The presentation topic must relate to clean energy and can be in any of the following areas:
The research should be well underway, with at least preliminary findings, and must be original work.