WHEC2012 is pleased to host the Mini Symposium of Young Scientists to dedicate space to young researchers. Two special sessions will take place on June 3rd and June 7th, 2012, where scientists under 35 years old will have the opportunity to present their PhD work, research activities, and projects.
For the Mini Symposium, WHEC2012 has partnered with the Young Scientists Division of the International Association for Hydrogen Energy (IAHE). IAHE’s Young Scientists Division strives to create an international network among scientists under 35 years old working on hydrogen technologies, and stimulate information exchange through Web 2.0 tools, publications, short courses and conferences. Leadership for this comes from the Interuniversity Research Centre for Sustainable Development, Sapienza, University of Rome.
As with WHEC2012’s five parallel track sessions, all of the presenters at the Mini Symposium will have their abstracts reviewed by a scientific committee in order to ensure the highest quality presentations. The special scientific committee is composed of both senior scientists (over 35 years old) and young scientists (under 35 years old).
Mark your calendars… plan on attending these two sessions to hear leading edge research from emerging scientists!
Submissions for the Young Scientists program are now closed.
For details on notification of acceptance, please see the key dates on the Call for Abstracts page.
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