By registering as an active participant you not only get to present your work in front of a scientific jury, but also get a chance of winning one of our treasured awards. See below a list of all the awards.
Our qualified jury will honor the best poster presentation in each research-discipline. The Session Winners will be announced in the September 30, 2017 after the poster presentations. All session winners will receive an official certificate.
ESC Research Award
The ESC Research Award is given to the most outstanding scientific work presented at our conference and is endowed with total prize money of 1400€, which will be divided among the first three contestants as follows:
First place: 750€, Second place: 400€, Third place: 250€.
The decision about the winners will be made by a jury comprising of professors and doctors who are experts in their research field.
ESC Audience Award
This year, all registered participants will be able to voice their opinion and get the opportunity to decide who will win the ESC Audience Award of 100€.
An Online Gallery of all competing posters will be published on our website after June, 30th and registered participants will be able to vote for their favourite poster.
World Health Summit Award
Due to our cooperation with the World Health Summit (WHS), which will take place from October 15-17, 2017 in Berlin, the ESC will honor the most outstanding researcher in the field of global/public health with origin of the “global youth” with the WHS Award. This includes a free entrance ticket for the World Health Summit including the outward and return journey.
Robert Koch Preis
We are honored to host this year for another time the “Robert Koch Preis”, which is given to three postgraduate students of the Charité University. It is annually awarded to the most outstanding dissertation by Charité students of the past year.
Nomination for the Lindau Nobel Laureate Meetings
The European Students’ Conference has been listed among the Lindau Nobel Laureate Meetings academic partners since the beginning of 2013 and is able to nominate their most promising young researchers who have impressed the conference’s scientific board with outstanding and above-average research work.
Our nominees gain the opportunity to apply for participation in the annual Nobel Laureates Meetings in Lindau where up to 30 to 40 Nobel Laureates meet young researchers from all over the world to share their knowledge and experience and to discuss relevant research topics. It is also possible to submit applications by an open application process.
Nomination is linked to participation in the ESC and starts within a few weeks after the conference. The next Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting with your possible presence will be taking place from 25-30 June, 2017 and will be dedicated to Physics. See www.lindau-nobel.org for more detailed information about the meetings.
For further questions regarding the nomination process please contact Stella Lesch.
NOTE: All Winners will be awarded at the Closing Ceremony at the last day of the conference.