Early career and student delegates are invited to apply for the highly prized Young Investigator Award and student awards which will be presented across the following categories:
Young Investigator Award
We are pleased to announce an AEV Young Investigator Award for an outstanding early career researcher. The awardee will be guaranteed a speaking slot at AEV 2020, plus a monetary prize . Eligible applicants must be 7 years or less since completion of their PhD (letter from University). Career disruption will be taken into account. To apply, please send a 2 page CV and career disruption justification (if applicable) together with your abstract (less than 300 words) to David.Greening@Baker.edu.au (include AEV 2020 YIA award in email subject) on or before 4/11/2019.
Please include your PhD award date in your CV, and combine it with your abstract into a single PDF file. The organizing committee will assess the applications and notify the candidates.
The applicants need to meet the following criteria to be considered by the panel.
- The applicant registers for AEV 2020 by 4/11/2019
- The applicant received her/his PhD on or before 7 years (as of 4/11/2019)
- The applicant submits the relevant documents including CV and abstract
- Two Referee reports in support of the applicant is sent to David Greening (David.Greening@baker.edu.au) on or before 4/11/2019
Outstanding Student Presentation Awards
Among the talks selected from abstracts, two student registrants will be presented with "AEV Outstanding Student Presentation" award. Each awardee will receive a monetary prize. The awards will be presented during award ceremony. The award is open to all Australian and New Zealand students who are registered for a university degree.
Poster Presentation Awards
Awards will be based on selection committee judged on the day of the poster presentations and awarded at the award ceremony. Award winners will receive a monetary prize. The award is open to all current Australian and New Zealand students who are registered for a university degree.