C3E Poster Presentation

Maha Haji, a Doctoral Candidate studying Mechanical Engineering at MIT, presents her research to guests.

The entry period for the 2017 C3E Poster Session and Competition is now closed. We would like to thank all those who submitted their work.


The poster presentation is an opportunity for early- and pre-career researchers to participate in networking and share their research at the C3E Women in Clean Energy Symposium. It also exposes attendees to cutting-edge research in a variety of clean energy fields. A committee with wide-ranging expertise selects the most compelling posters submitted, for presentation at the Symposium, with an eye for diversity of institution, topic, and discipline.

Submission Criteria

To be considered for poster presentation, entrants must be able to attend the full symposium 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:

  • Basic Energy Science
  • Built Environment and Infrastructure
  • Climate and Environment
  • Developing World
  • Energy Education
  • Energy Efficiency
  • Fossil Energy
  • Carbon Capture, Utilization, and Storage
  • Nuclear Energy
  • Policy and Economics
  • Power Distribution and Energy Storage
  • Renewable Energy
  • Transportation

The research should be well underway, with at least preliminary findings, and must be original work.

Timeline of Key Dates

Please check back for the 2018 dates.

Questions may be directed to nominations@c3eawards.org.