Achieving Net Zero Carbon Goals – the Role for Biomass
April 19–21, 2022
Marriott Brown Palace Hotel and Spa | Denver, Colorado
Student Poster Challenge
At tcbiomass2022, GTI will host a competitive student poster contest to connect top engineering and science students with global bioenergy experts. Students will have the opportunity to present their research to scientific peers and receive valuable feedback.
Undergraduate and Graduate students are encouraged to submit poster abstracts by January 4, 2022. The students whose posters are chosen from a selective pool of applicants will be invited to attend tcbiomass2022 at a reduced rate and participate in the poster session. The posters will be judged by the Technical Program Committee during the dedicated sessions and evaluated on technical merit and both visual and oral communication effectiveness. The top three winning individuals or teams will receive cash prizes.
To be considered for the poster challenge please submit an abstract. Abstracts must be submitted (and presented) in English and should be 250-300 words in length. Conference tracks for 2022 focus on biomass gasification/upgrading to finished products, pyrolysis/upgrading to finished products, hydrothermal conversion, mixed waste conversion, and integrated biomass conversion processes.
- Student Poster Challenge applicants must indicate their participation in the contest during the online abstract submission process by ticking the appropriate box. Applicants who do not indicate this or otherwise notify organizers of their participation will not be included in contest judging.
- Student posters will be chosen for the competition via peer review by the tcbiomass2022 Technical Committee following the abstract submission deadline. All Technical Committee decisions are final.
- Participating posters will be judged onsite at the conference, and will be evaluated on technical merit and visual communication effectiveness. Winners will be announced on the last conference day. All judging decisions are final.
- Following the event, all poster participants will be asked for permission to make a PDF of their poster publicly available on GTI’s website. Only author(s) who consent will have their work posted online.
To be considered for the poster challenge please submit an abstract.
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