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GREEN AND RENEWABLE ENERGY: A GLOBAL PERSPECTIVE

Energy Oceania Conference embraces a strong motive in promoting novel innovations to overcome existing challenges and break the barriers in energy transition for a sustainable future by laying a global platform. The renewable energy conference designed in such a way that the theme and topics of the conference address the latest innovations, energy policy, government initiatives, and project developments by examining all the possible ways which speak about renewable energy.

Energy Oceania 2020 conference gives utmost priority to create a wide space for the knowledge to get transplants by representing the world-class speakers and through the diverse agenda of Posters, Presentations, P2P (Peer to Peer meetings), B2B (Business to Business meetings), Industry Booth, etc. We value our attendee’s time that they are investing in attending the renewable energy conference in Australia. With no doubt, the Energy Oceania team will give you an unforgettable experience which thrills and satisfy one’s curiosity in acquiring things at the finest.

See you at MCG, Melbourne, Australia.

Energy Oceania Topics of interest for submission include, but are not limited to:

Energy Storage
Energy Conversion
Power and Energy Engineering
Energy and Environment
Policy, Market Mechanisms, Finance and Investment in New RE projects

Nominations Closing Soon: The Phillip Law Postdoctoral Award for Physical Sciences

Nominations close 5pm (AEST) 30 June 2019

The Phillip Law Postdoctoral Award is for excellence in scientific research by an early career researcher in the physical sciences. It made possible from the generous bequest to the Society from the estate of the late Dr Phillip Garth Law AC.

The award is open to suitably qualified post-doctoral candidates in the area of the Physical Sciences, which include Astronomy, Astrophysics, Chemistry, Mathematics, Physics, all branches of Engineering, and related sciences.

 

Eligibility:

Application is open to candidates within seven years (at the deadline of application) of the awarding of their doctorate from a University in the State of Victoria, Australia.  Applicants must either be an Australian Citizen or have Australian Resident Status. The Society will consider adjusting the seven year window for candidates who have spent time as primary carers following their PhD – please contact the Royal Society of Victoria if this applies to you to discuss eligibility.

 

Applications:

Open on Tuesday, 1 May, 2019 and close at 5pm on Saturday, 30 June, 2019.

Candidates should nominate themselves.  The application should consist of:

  • A brief Curriculum Vitae (no more than four A4 pages) including full contact details of the applicant.
  • Proof of citizenship or residency status (a copy of the applicant’s birth certificate, citizenship certificate or certificate of permanent residency status).
  • A statement (up to three A4 pages) summarising the applicant’s research contribution and including the names and contact details of two referees.
  • A list of publications in peer reviewed journals.  For multi-authored publications, the contribution of each author should be indicated.

 

Submission:

Should be in the form of a single PDF file sent via email and marked for the attention of the Chief Executive Officer at rsv@rsv.org.au .

 

The Award:

The successful candidate will receive an award certificate and a prize of $3000.

The prize winner will deliver a 45 minute talk on their research to an audience of members of the Royal Society of Victoria and guests on Thursday 19th September 2019 at 7pm at the Society’s Hall.

 

Nominations close 5pm (AEST) 30 June 2019

For more information, visit https://rsv.org.au/awards-and-prizes/dr-phillip-law-ac-post-doctoral-award/