The 2014 ANU Climate and Energy Research Student Expo

Date & time

11.30am–5pm 24 July 2014

Location

Innovations Lecture Theatre, Innovations Building
Building #124, Eggleston Road
Australian National University

Speakers

Dr. Margi Böhm
Dr Nathan Steggel

Contacts

 Adhityani Putri
 6125 5699

The ANU Climate and Energy Research Student Expo showcases the ongoing and completed research work in the field of climate change and energy change.

Each year, the Climate Change Institute and the Energy Change Institute invites postgraduate students from various universities, including the Australian National University, University of Canberra and the Australian Defence Force Academy (ADFA), to share the latest progress of their work and engage in a stimulating discussion with peers and experts in the field. The Expo aims to foster an interactive community of researchers and promote the exchange of knowledge in the field of climate change and energy change.

This year, the Expo will feature a special session on post PhD career pathways by Dr. Margi Böhm (CSIRO) and Dr. Nathan Steggel (WindLab).

The two best presentations (oral or poster) will receive a certificate and $500 contribution to attend a conference of choice within one year of the Student Expo.

Please see here for more information on how to participate as a presenter (oral or poster).

 

Program*

11.30-12.30    Opening plenary: “One Lab, Two Career Pathways” with Margi Böhm (CSIRO) and Nathan Steggel (WindLab)

12.30-01.30    Lunch break and poster presentations

01.30-03.10    Six student presentations (10 minutes each) for the theme "Climate Change"

03.10-03.30    Afternoon tea break and poster presentations

03.30-04.50    Six student presentations (10 minutes each) for the theme "Energy Change"

04.50-05.00   Closing followed by drinks and refreshments

*Chairs and presenters for each sessions are to be confirmed

 

Register to attend

Please register for catering purposes at the following link:

http://2014climateenergy-studentexpo.eventbrite.com.au

 

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