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Opportunity for Cambridge graduate students and ECRs to present their research at one of six virtual research symposia focused on net zero and zero-carbon solutions.

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  • Deadline: unspecified
  • Dates: 3rd, 10th, 17th, 24th February, 3rd, 10th March
  • Location: Online
  • Eligibility: Unversity of Cambridge graduate students and early career researchers (inc. postdocs)

Calling all PhD students and Early Career Researchers: would you like to present your research at one of the upcoming Cambridge Zero Research Symposia? 

Cambridge Zero is organising a series of six Virtual Research Symposia, one on each consecutive Wednesday during the Lent term, to highlight all the exciting and ground-breaking research on net zero and zero-carbon solutions happening across Cambridge. The aim of these events is to help build and strengthen the communities of researchers working on topics related to the Cambridge Zero Research Themes, and to encourage new connections and collaborations.

  • Wednesday 3rd February, 15.00 – 17.15: Zero-Carbon Energy Transformation
  • Wednesday 10th February, 15.00 – 17.15: Health & Society
  • Wednesday 17th February, 15.00 – 17.15: Resources & Production
  • Wednesday 24th February, 15.00 – 17.15: Resilient Futures
  • Wednesday 3rd March, 15.00 – 17.15: Transport, Cities & Infrastructure
  • Wednesday 10th March, 15.00 – 17.15: Carbon Drawdown & Climate Repair

For each symposium, we are inviting a number of Cambridge academics to give keynote presentations, as well as Graduate Students and Early Career Researchers to present their research in a series of 10 minute presentations followed by a short Q&A. If you are a Graduate Student or ECR and would like to present your research at one of these symposia, please complete and submit this form. We are very keen to showcase presentations from across the full breadth of Cambridge Zero - related research, so even if you feel your research does not strictly fit in one of the research themes, then please do still submit and just choose the theme that is the closest match.

To apply, please complete this form to submit your presentation title and short abstract by 29th January.

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