ECR in Energy Symposium

Symposium date: Friday, 29 May 2020

The ECR Energy Symposium invites young professionals and students aged 18-35 years to participate. We are seeking motivated, engaged, dynamic and creative individuals from government, business, research and the community sector working in the emerging energy and environmental technologies.
Whether you already play a leadership role, or keen to be a leader in your field , we’d love to hear from you. The ECR Energy Symposium will provide an excellent platform for scientists, especially young academics and industrial engineers, to exchange and share their knowledge and ideas in the field of energy and environmental technologies, as well as to interact with world-leading researchers to discuss their latest advances and breakthroughs.
All ECR researchers selected to present at Oz Future Energy will present within the ECR Energy Symposium on Day 3 for the conference (Friday the 29th of May). This Symposium is specially designed to run as the only session (along with Industry Day) on the final day of the conference, so that ECRs receive a special opportunity to present without multiple parallel sessions running. In addition to this, ECR in Energy Commitee is also organising Power Pitch, with the final pitch to be held on the networking nights on 29 May and best pitch will be rewarded through prizes (prize to be announced).

For more information please contact: Dr Emma Lovell (UNSW) or Dr Rahman Daiyan (UNSW) 

To submit an abstract, please go to submission portal 

Power Pitch - 29 May 2020

The Power Pitch invites all participants in the Oz Future Energy to participate in a dynamic 3-minute pitch to “sell their research”. We are seeking motivated, engaged, dynamic and creative individuals working in the emerging energy and environmental technologies.


Whether you already play a leadership role, or keen to be a leader in your field, we’d love to hear from you. The Power Pitch provides an excellent platform to everyone to present their ground-breaking ideas and findings to venture capitalists, government and industry.  


A short expression of interest (EOI) will be sent out to all participants who are participating at Oz Future Energy within 2 weeks of abstract submission closure. The power pitches would be judged by a panel consisting of one academic, one industry representative and one member from Start-up space. The best presentations will be rewarded through prizes (to be announced).


Rules
•    A single static PowerPoint slide is permitted. No slide transitions, animations or ‘movement’ of any description are allowed. The slide is to be presented from the beginning of the oration.
•    Presentations are limited to 3 minutes maximum and competitors exceeding 3 minutes are disqualified
•    No props and electronic media are permitted.


Judging
•    Did the oration want the audience want to know more?
•    Enthusiasm of the presenter.
•    Did the presentation clearly describe the impact and/or results of the research, including conclusions and outcomes?
•    Commercialization pathways discussed?


For more information please contact: Dr Emma Lovell (UNSW) or Dr Rahman Daiyan (UNSW)

 

Program (tentative)

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