The European Aerosol Assembly, EAA, will award the best student and early career postdoc posters at the conference. To be eligible, the presenting author must be a master or PhD student, or an early career postdoc (less than 5 years since graduation). You can either apply yourself for the BPA or you can be nominated for the BPA by someone else (e.g. supervisor, colleague).
Applicants are kindly requested to send an e-mail including to firstname.lastname@example.org by Friday August the 21st at the latest.
1) the submission ID of your contribution
2) name of the presenting author, clearly stating career level; presenting author must be cc’d in case of third party nomination
3) a pdf copy of the final poster
The award criteria will be: science content (1-5; 50% weight), design of poster (1-5; 25% weight), and clarity of the oral presentation during the poster session (1-5; 25% weight). Contestants MUST be present at the poster during the specified sessions, otherwise the poster will not be evaluated.
The „Smoluchowski award“ is presented by GAeF on a yearly basis since 1986 and shall be granted to an outstanding young scientist in the fields of more technical aerosol science and is thus comparable to the Schmauss award, which will be limited to scientists from atmospheric aerosol science field.
The „Schmauss award“ is presented by GAeF on a yearly basis since 2018 and shall be granted to an outstanding young scientist in the field of atmospheric aerosol science and is thus comparable to the Smoluchowski award, which is limited to scientists from more technical aerosol science fields.
GAeF financially supports students to participate at the European Aerosol Conference. Due to travel restrictions GAeF decided to give free admission to all GAeF student members (registered before 01.07.2020).