The ILCC2022 conference will offer Poster and Oral Awards to outstanding poster and oral presentations by young researchers (postdocs) and students to encourage their academic activities
The judges appointed by the ILCC20222 Awards Committee will review and evaluate the presentations according to the following criteria:
- Excellence and/or originality of the research
- Clarity in presentation including the layout
- Scientific knowledge in a discussion at the poster session
The ILCC2022 Awards Committee will decide the awardees on the basis of the results of the judges’ votes.
Remarks to the poster award applicants:
Applicants must reply to questions on-site or online related to their posters during poster sessions. Attendees and judges will ask questions (presential or online) and browse the posters they find interesting. Please keep in mind that your audience will possess diverse academic backgrounds and levels of training.
MDPI journals has given the ILCC2022 conference a great opportunity to offer 6 awards to Student Poster presenters who show outstanding work. Two are sponsored by “Fluids” and four sponsored by “Crystals”. The evaluation procedure will be the same as that given for the ILCC2022 Awards (one per topic).
RSC Early Career Research Prize
The Royal Society of Chemistry (RSC) family of journals has given the ILCC2022 conference a great opportunity to offer to MSc and PhD Students, Researchers with PhD within the last 5 years, four awards to poster presenters who show outstanding research. Two are sponsored by “Chemical Science”, one is sponsored by “RSC Advances” and the other is sponsored by “Soft Matter”. All the applicants to the ILCC2022 Poster Award are candidates for these awards. The evaluation procedure will be the same as that given for the ILCC2022 Awards.
RSC Chemical Nanoscience and Nanotechnology Interest Group will offer two special awards: one prize for best oral presentation and one prize for best poster presentation attributed to works presented by MSc and PhD Students, Researchers with PhD within the last 5 years, within the scope of group (see more details here).