|Early Career Scientist Workshop|
“Challenges and opportunities of interdisciplinary collaboration in Land Ecosystem - Atmospheric Processes (LEAP) science”
The workshop brings together promising young scientists with established researchers in the field of LEAPS, with the scope to interact and discuss the premises for building an enjoyable and successful career in science.
The program includes scientific keynotes from invited speakers followed by panel discussions, training sessions and social events. The state-of-the-art keynotes will expand on topic such as modeling; atmospheric reactive gas traces measurements and interdisciplinary in teaching and scientific collaboration. The training sessions will provide tools for science career planning and development, hints for time management and training in media communication skills.
The emphasis of the workshop is on discussions and training. Rather than giving lengthy scientific presentations, the workshop attendees will be trained to provide a short presentation of their research expertise to the media. A white paper will be initiated during the workshop and conference, compiled based on the outcomes of the workshop.
For whom: The workshop is aimed at all young scientists that are just starting or about to start their career as an independent researcher. The number of participants is limited, so be quick to register!
For those participants applying for a visa an abstract submission is required. More information about visa can be found under the Travel submenu of main menu.
Where and when: The ECSW is organized right before the iLEAPS Science Conference, Friday-Saturday 16-17 September 2011 at the Mercure Hotel Garmisch-Partenkirchen .
Detailed programme you can download here (pdf, as a part of ECSW proceedings, subject to change).
We also offer a special programme for students and early career researchers during the main conference 18-23 September, for example a career center and lunch with senior scientists.
The on-site registration starts on Thursday evening 15 September with an informal ice breaker and an optional hiking/sightseeing will be arranged on Sunday 18 September (see Social events).
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