Young Stress Analyst Competition
Location: Online Event
Price: Entry is free
The Young Stress Analyst Competition YSA20 will take place as an independent event, online via Zoom on Wednesday 16 September 2020.
Attend the YSA20 Competition as a delegate
Wednesday 16 September, 2020
2pm - 4pm
Free to attend
Deadline for registration 13 September 12pm
Delegates are invited to attend the Young Stress Analyst Competition YSA20 which will take place as an independent event, online via Zoom on Wednesday 16 September 2020.
Four finalists will present their work at the dedicated online symposium where they will be judged by a panel of leading industrialists and researchers from academia. The winners will be announced and prizes awarded later that day.
In order to attend the YSA Competition you will need to register in advance.
Entrants are invited to submit a 1000 word summary of their work. The submissions will then be sent to an expert review panel who will judge all entries and select the 4 finalists who will proceed to the next stage. The 4 finalists are then asked to present their work in at a dedicated online symposium where they are judged by a panel of leading industrialists and researchers from academia. The winners are announced and prizes awarded later that day. Entry is free.
Prizes: £250 for the Winner and £50 each for the three Runner's Up.
Submission deadline Monday 17 August, 2020
Author confirmation within 2 weeks of submission deadline
Deadline for delegate registration 13 September 12pm
How to Enter (competition has now closed)
Write a summary of up to 1000 words, stating the objectives, main results/discussion and conclusions of your work, with a maximum of 6 figures/tables. Entries should follow the author instructions and then register for YSA.
Entries are welcome from
• Final year undergraduate (or equivalent) students
• MSc students
• PhD students who have not submitted their final thesis at time of entry
• Industry based personnel, within 4 years of first graduation
Full allowance will be made for the varying levels of experience of the applicants.