Early Career African Researchers Conference (series A; Science & Techno...
Early Career African Researchers Conference (Series A; Science and Technology)
Event Reference: ECARCST01
Event Chair: Dr. Yahuza Ibrahim
Early Career African Researchers Conference (Series A; Science and Technology) is one of PRID’s event mainly targeted at early career researchers and students who have indicative findings from concluded, on-going or future research to present. Priorities will be given to papers that have findings that have relevance to Africa or any country in Africa. Presentations from sciences (life sciences and physical sciences) and technology (engineering, environmental sciences, emerging technologies etc.) are welcomed. This is part of a three part series that are planned to be repeated each year. Other related events in the general series, ‘Early Career African Researchers Conference’ are:
‘Early Career African Researchers Conference (Series B; Arts and Humanities)’
‘Early Career African Researchers Conference (Series C; Business Studies and Social Sciences)’
Presentations by each standard speaker will last for 15 minutes; presentations and discussions (question and answer).
As well as standard speakers, there will also be opportunities for three distinguished early career researchers to make presentations for 25 minutes each as ‘PRID Distinguished Early Career Researchers of the year’. To register as one of PRID’s distinguished early career researcher, paper presenters must have one of the following requirements
1. Fresh (0-3 years after graduation) PhD, MPhil, or MSc. With at least two published papers in a reputable journal, and two conference papers (3 poster papers will be acceptable in lieu of conference papers). At least one published paper and one conference paper (or 2 poster papers) must be from research carried out as part of the postgraduate programme. Current postgraduate students (yet to graduate) that meet the requirements are free to register under this category. Participants that participated at any events organised previously by PRID stands a better chance of being selected.
2. Fresh MSc or MPhil that graduated with a distinction or its equivalent (for MPhil that may not be graded similarly) in any programme relevant to the event. Participants that participated at any events organised previously by PRID stands a better chance of being selected.
3. Fresh Bachelors holders that graduated with a first class degree. Participants that participated at any events organised previously by PRID stands a better chance of being selected.
4. Anyone that previously participated at any of our previous events and presented at least 2 papers.
Note that irrespective of the category under which prospective PRID Distinguished Early Career Researchers of the year are registering, presentations they will make at our events has to be from their concluded or on-going research.
Presenter 1 10.00-10.15
Presenter 2 10.15-10.30
Presenter 3 10.30-10.45
Presenter 4 10.45-11.00
Presenter 5 11.15-11.30
Presenter 6 11.30-11.45
Presenter 7 11.45-12.00
Presenter 8 12.00-12.15
Presenter 9 12.15-12.30
Presenter 10 12.30-12.45
Presenter 11 12.45-13.00
Lunch break 13.00-13.45
Presenter 12 13.45-14.00
Presenter 13 14.00-14.15
Presenter 14 14.15-14.30
Presenter 15 14.30-14.45
Presenter 16 14.45-15.00
Session 4: PRID Distinguished Early Career African Researchers (DECAR) Presentations
Presentations by PRID DECAR 1 15.15-15.40
Presentations by PRID DECAR 2 15.40-16.05
Presentations by PRID DECAR 3 16.05-16.30
Selections of DECAR of the year by the event participants 16.30-16.40
Participants at the event will score each of the three distinguished Early Career African Researchers for their presentations ; presenters will then be ranked as 1st, 2nd and 3rd based on the total points earned.
Panel Discussion: 16.40-17.10
Topic: The relevance of my discipline to the attainment of Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)
Panel members: All three Distinguished Early Career African Researchers
Awards of prizes and certificates: 17.10-17.25
Awards of prizes and certificates to the 1st, 2nd and 3rd place Distinguished Early Career African Researchers of the year. In addition to awarding recipients with certificates, cash (cheques) or and/or research resource such as text books will also be won by deserving recipient depending on whether they ranked 1st, 2nd or 3rd.
Closing Remarks 17.25-17.35
Paper Presenters: Participants with presentations should send them to: email@example.com Please quote Event Reference: ECARCST01 when you contact us.
First, prepare word document not exceeding 15 pages with all relevant sections and send to us at firstname.lastname@example.org before the deadline we gave. PRID Distinguished Early Career Researchers of the year are free to prepare up to 20 pages. Check our website pridglobal.com for guidance and further information about how to prepare word documents for presentations at our events. This will then be forwarded to a competent resource reviewer for review purposes.
Participants, whose presentations in word format are accepted, will then be required to prepare power point presentations, which should range between 5-16 slides. PRID Distinguished Early Career Researchers of the year are free to prepare up to 20 power point slides. They are expected to send their presentations to us at email@example.com. Check our website pridglobal.com for guidance and further information about how to prepare power point documents for presentations at our events.
Deadline: Final version of presentations in word format should be submitted on or before ; submit to firstname.lastname@example.org
Final version of presentations in power point format should be submitted on or before ; submit to email@example.com
Terms and Conditions: Our general terms and conditions for payment and registrations apply. See pridglobal.com for further details.