Waste and resource management often presents a significant environmental challenge and across the UK ground-breaking research is being undertaken to help find holistic solutions to some of these problems. Following a successful inaugural conference in 2017 the 2nd Waste and Resource Management Conference will take place on the 20th June 2018. The conference will once again bring together early career researchers involved in this field to disseminate their work in a friendly academic setting.
The conference will give researchers a valuable platform to share their work and network with fellow researchers helping to foster new collaborations and inspire new research themes. We will attract a wide audience of researchers, academics and industry professionals, helping to strengthen links between academia and the waste sector. The day will include oral and poster presentations on a wide range of topics related to waste and resource management.
Who should attend:
Please send abstract submissions to firstname.lastname@example.org We welcome abstracts on any topic related to waste or resource management. Oral presentations will last 15 minutes with 5 minutes for questions, and a dedicated poster session will take place over lunch. The conference is free to attend for Early Career Researchers.
Abstract submission deadline extended until 15th May 2018. Please adhere to the following guidelines:
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A small prize will be awarded for the best presentation and best poster on the day.
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Keynote Speaker: Chris Jones – Cory Riverside Energy
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Catherine Rolph (Chair)
This conference was made possible by an award from the Open University EEES Research and Scholarship Strategic Fund.
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