Demographics – bring on the youth
The World Organisation of Building Officials welcomes the WSSET investment in the encouragement and development of the professionals of the future.
New Awards from WSSET
WSSET are pleased to announce that we have a number of new awards, some with cash prizes, open for young members – PhD students and new researchers – to apply for. All award winners will receive an Award Certificate and will be invited to participate in the SET 2021 conference in Istanbul, Turkey. For more information on each award and restrictions on entrants, visit the WSSET Awards page at https://www.wsset.org/news-
- President’s Prize – deadline 1st November 2020
The President of WSSET is offering a cash prize of £1,000 for a research project or idea related to helping the fight against COVID-19. This competition is open ONLY to PhD students or young researchers up to 30 years old.
- Future Cities and Environment – Open Competition for PhD Review Papers – deadline 1st November 2020
Future Cities and Environment journal is launching a competition to find the two best Review papers from current PhD students, aiming for publication in early 2021. Selected papers will be published open access, with the Article Processing Charge (APC) being 100% waived.
- WSSET Terry Payne Award – Young Researchers / PhD Students in Developing Countries
Two prizes of £500. The Award recognises the research innovation that our members in these countries are carrying out. Deadline for submissions: 21st March 2021. A list of eligible countries is available on the WSSET website. Researchers & PhD students include currently registered students and up to 4 years after completing PhD.
- WSSET Terry Payne Award – Best Research by Female Scientist in Developing Countries
Prize money of £750. This Award acknowledges the extraordinary work that our female members in these countries are carrying out. Deadline for submissions: 21st March 2021. A list of eligible countries is available on the WSSET website.
- WSSET PCM Products Award – Best PhD Student Project in Energy Storage
The successful candidate for this Award will receive prize money of £500. The Award recognises research innovation in thermal energy storage systems. Deadline for submissions: 21st March 2021.