Young Research Forum - Integrative Neuroscience Research (2019) Volume 3, Issue 1
4th International Conference on Neurology and Brain Disorders Young Research and Young Scientist Awards of Neuro Congress 2020Prof. Dr. Alireza Heidari
Neuro Congress 2020 is going to explore recent developments in neuroscience during April 20-21, 2020 at Bangkok, Thailand with the theme “Scientific quest to overcome the challenges faced in Neurology and Brain Disorders”
Young scientist Sessions are organized at the Neuro Congress 2020, to supply a unique platform for Young Researchers/Inves tigators for presenting latest analysis comes with an in-depth analysis. Allied Academies warmly invitations Young Researchers from Universities/Institutes/ Industries to gift a brief address throughout the forum. These oral shows ought to be of ten minutes length in connected scientific track followed by five minutes question hour. Therefore, presenter’s square measure inspired to offer comprehensive and dynamic talks. Applications are going to be hand-picked supported past analysis productivity and future promise.
The Scientific Committee of the CPD Accredited 4th International Conference on Neurology and Brain Disorders inviting applicants for a Young Scientist Award only 25 applications will be accepted The Young Researcher award seeks to encourage students in taking active part in the International Science platform to sharpen their skills and knowledge in their early stage of career graph.
The main aspect of Conference is deals with different kinds of human Behaviour and mental health conditions of a human development. they are many new accepts to discuss about Neurology and Brain Disorders which are Tendering In the present world.
The young research Forum gives a great opportunity for young Researchers to discuss their own research topics and gain Knowledge from senior researchers .we feel very glad to welcome all the young researchers and students to present their research work young Research platform gives a great opportunity to present oral presentations and about their Research Project works.
Young Research Awards can be given for an outstanding Masters, Ph.D. scholars and post doctorate Fellowships can present their own presentations to gain and establish knowledge in all the aspects of Neurology and Brain Disorders. The conference provides a great advanced platform for young Researchers to prove their Project work and to enable new ideas of research to the upcoming world. As we are providing huge benefits and Awards for Young Researchers/Scholars so we are inviting you to participate in our conference. The main theme of Giving Young Scientist Award is to aware scientific knowledge and to meet the upcoming challenges in the field of Neuroscience
Benefits of young researchers
1. Meet peers
At conferences you get to meet like-minded people who share your passion and interest can network and even make new friends.
2. Meet professionals in the field
Attending a conference means that you can meet more advanced researchers, as well as established senior professionals and scholars. Listening to talks and presentations can open up new ways of thinking about a specific topic or even give you a new idea, one that you had previously not though about. Also, as most post-conference events are usually informal, you can get the chance to speak to the presenters in person, ask for their opinion and (if you’re lucky) even get their advice or contact information for further discussions.
3. You get to ask questions
Most talks are followed by Q&A sessions, which give you the opportunity to ask all the questions you may have on a topic, and you usually get really useful and stimulating answers.
4. Innovative ideas
Conferences are places where many academics and researchers ‘test’ their ideas, put them out there for the audience, in order to receive critical responses. This means that you’ll get to hear groundbreaking ideas, discoveries and theories on a subject, which you’re unlikely to find in an existing publication.
5. Practical advice
Some conferences, don’t just offer discussions about new (and sometimes abstract) ideas, but they also offer practical advice on more hands-on issues such as getting your research published, or on audience engagement and impact.
Conferences often offer practical advice which is then followed by practical workshops. These are really useful as you get to test out the new information and ideas that you’ve been offered with your peers in an environment where you can freely and informally ask any questions you might have.
7. Overcome fears
I have come to realize that established scholars as well as early career researchers have something in common: fear of talking to new people, anxiety about presenting ideas or asking questions. Now this does not necessarily apply to everyone, but many people sometimes feel that way. Conferences are the ideal environment to overcome these fears. It is important to keep in mind that we’re all here for the same reason. We’re all interested in the same subject and we’re here to share ideas, rub minds, meet new people and generate new thoughts.
Guidelines, Eligibility and Selection Criteria
• The upper age limit of the young participants for the award is 35 years as reckoned on December 31, 2019 (born on and after January 01, 1984).
• Registered/Enrolled in a college/university/lab/institute for Ph.D./Research scholars /project fellow or from any discipline.
• The abstract/Paper submitted must be a single author paper and the research work has to be certified by the Guide / Supervisor / Investigator / Head.
• Young Scientist can present only one paper in any one Section (and no second paper will be permitted in the same or any other topic in any other section).
• The papers submitted will be subjected to verification for authenticity. Plagiarism shall lead to cancellation of award.
• The final selection for the Awards will be made by a duly constituted committee and the awards will be given during the valedictory ceremony.
• The full length research papers once submitted/accepted for the above award cannot be retrieved.
• Each nominee is required to make a brief presentation (15 minutes) about his/her research work before the concerned Sectional board of members.
• No nomination will be considered in absentia.
Essential at the time of presentation
Submit the following documents to the sectional board committee.
• Bio-data (CV) with photograph.
• Registration fee receipt of ISC- 2020.
• Identity card/proof of affiliation with University/Institution/College/Lab.
• Copy of full length research paper.
• Undertaking of the non-submission of the work signed by the young participants himself/herself.
• Letter of consent from the Head of the Institution/Depart ment/Supervisor/Lab/University.
David Axton | Program Manager
Neuro Congress 2020
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