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02/24/2021 - 02/24/2021 | Frankfurt am Main
The workshop will provide a forum for PhD students and young scientists from academia and industry the day before the 30th ATC Conference.
Present your project to other PhD students and discuss your challenges and results.
Start your network within the community of inorganic chemistry and other researchers, which also are about to start their career.
Make contact to representatives from industry.
Experts from industry and academia will give an overview in tandem lectures on different aspects of how different initiatives are aiming at minimizing the climate change. This is followed by selected short presentations of the participants (PhD students). In the coffee breaks participants can present their posters and visit the recruiting booths of the companies. The day ends in a nice restaurant with local food, beers and apple wine at a self-paid basis.
Submission of Papers
All topics from inorganic chemistry will be accepted, however topics related to the main topic "How can inorganic chemistry help to minimize climate change?" are very welcome.
Every submitted paper will be accepted as poster.
Authors of selected papers will give a short oral presentation.
Please only use the conference template to correctly format your contribution. For upload in the system please submit PDF-version.
Information on participating / attending:
Call for Papers is open til October 6th, 2020.
02/24/2021 - 02/24/2021
DECHEMA Society for Chemical Engineering and Biotechnology
60486 Frankfurt am Main
Chemistry, Electrical engineering, Energy, Geosciences, Materials sciences
Types of events:
Conference / symposium / (annual) conference
Dr. Christine Dillmann
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