6 November 2014

SCI Early Career Research Meeting

Organised by:

SCI's PEG and LNW groups

Faculty of Science and Engineering, University of Chester

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The SCI Early Career Research Meeting is an opportunity for PhD students and other researchers in chemistry and chemical engineering to communicate their work to a wide audience. We invite posters (combined with short oral presentations) in the following areas:

  • Food and Health
  • Energy and Waste
  • Analytical Methods and Computational Modelling
Awards will be given for best combined oral/poster presentation. This event will be followed by the SCI Process Engineering Henry Armstrong Lecture and Annual Liverpool & North West Prize Giving which starts at 18.30.

Day 1

Welcome - Steve Wilkinson - Head of Chemical Engineering, University of Chester. (Tea will be provided)
Student research presentations (8 minute slots, 5 mins presentation, 3 slides, 2 mins for questions)
Poster viewing
Presentation of prize for best combined oral/poster presentation

Venue and Contact

University of Chester

Faculty of Science and Engineering, University of Chester
Thornton Science Park
Pool Lane, Ince
Chester CH2 4NU


Steve Wilkinson

Tel: +44 (0) 207 598 1584

Email: s.j.wilkinson@chester.ac.uk

This is a free event - Booking required

Registration deadline: Friday 24 October 2014

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Exhibition and Sponsorship

An exhibition will take place alongside the conference for companies and related organisations who may wish to exhibit. Please email conferences@soci.org for further information and prices. Spaces are limited and will be allocated on a first-come, first-served basis.