2016 AES Poster Competition
ENTER THE 2016 AES POSTER COMPETITION
|Eric Neff, of Appalachian State University, participating in the 2015 Appalachian Energy Summit Poster Competition.|
At the Appalachian Energy Summit you will have the opportunity to showcase your energy related research and projects in our poster competition. We encourage all forms of research and projects from engineering, policy, renewability, economics, etc. This is an exciting chance to display your hard work and knowledge, creating a platform for discussion with potential employers as well as collaborating to produce innovative ideas that reshapes how we see energy.
To submit your abstract for entry into the competition, please e-mail email@example.com with your abstract in the following format:
Abstract Title: [The title of your poster/research]
Author: [Author's First & Last Name], [Author Email], [Author Phone]
University & Major: [University], [Major], [Undergrad, Grad or PhD]
Category: [Research or Project]
Faculty Advisor: [Advisor's Name], [Advisor's email], [Advisor's phone]
Additional Authors: [If any, list who contributed to this research/project]
Description: [Include introduction, approach/method/scheme, preliminary results/evaluation, conclusion/future work (500 words or less)]
References: [up to 5, not included in the 500 word limit]
Once abstracts are submitted please follow through with a completed application to the Student Summit and a resume e-mailed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
$2500 in Cash Prizes
Accepted abstracts gain free access to the Appalachian Energy Summit. Complimentary lodging and meals will be provided to students. Due to the competitive nature and limited space students are encouraged to present their best work, past or present, in a timely manner for consideration.
If you have any questions or concerns regarding the poster competition or your submission please contact our Student Summit Coordinator, Cynthia Olsen by e-mail at email@example.com or by phone at (954)732-9613.