Travel Award 2018
Our online journal Environments is sponsoring a Travel Award for researchers in the area of environmental science and environmental engineering to support participation at a conference of their choice between July 2018 and December 2019. The nominations and applications will be assessed by an Evaluation Committee presided by the Editor-in-Chief of Environments: Prof. Dr. Yu-Pin Lin
1.→Applicants must hold a Ph.D. degree and be involved in environmental science and environmental engineering and related areas;
2.→Applicants will attend an international conference between July 2018 and December 2019 to present their research (oral presentation or poster);
3.→Applicants need to submit the following documents:
- –an abstract of the work to be presented at the conference;
- –an introduction about their present and future work;
- –a short CV with selected publications;
- –a letter of support from their supervisor;
- –an introduction about the conference being attended (provide website of the conference if possible).
The award will consist of 800 Swiss Francs, and may be used for registration, travel, or accommodation. The awardee must provide a copy of the page in the conference program showing the abstract/ presentation and meeting badge after attending the conference. We look forward to receiving your applications.
Please send the application to Environments by 30 May 2018. The winner will be announced in Environments by 30 June 2018.
Travel Award 2017
On behalf of the Evaluation Committee, we are pleased to announce the winner of the 2017 Environments Travel Award. This has been granted to:
Dr. Liesbeth Weijs, a postdoctoral researcher at the University of Queensland, Australia. Her work is focused on the development of coupled models (PBTK/TD) for marine mammals in order to provide some fundamental components from which a comprehensive management and conservation strategy can be developed. Her research trajectory points towards providing PBTK/TD models as tools that can be used to reasonably connect exposure and effect in marine mammals. This is the crucial connection that is needed to assess risks in marine mammals across all life stages.
The award consisted of 800 Swiss Francs, to attend an academic conference of the winner’s choice in 2017. We would like to thank all the applicants for submitting their diverse and fascinating range of research topics.