The University of Stuttgart invites you to contribute to the 11th EAWE PhD Seminar, which will be held on the campus in Stuttgart from September 23rd to 25th 2015.
With its yearly PhD seminar, the European Academy of Wind Energy (EAWE) provides an opportunity for scientific exchange for PhD students and their supervisors all across Europe and gives them a possibility to meet new people and create and extend their networks. In 2015, the University of Stuttgart is proudly hosting the seminar and looking forward to offer both PhD students and other members of EAWE the chance to build future collaborations and employment opportunities.
The 3 day program gives the PhD students time to present their ongoing research to fellow PhD students in the form of oral presentations and poster sessions.
We would like to thank our sponsors for their kind support to the seminar.
Registration to the seminar is now open! Please log in to the website with your account and proceed with the registration.
The deadline for registration is September 1st, 2015.
Extended Abstract Submission
All participants who contribute to the seminar with a poster or a presentation are encouraged to submit an extended abstract. This extended abstract should have a maximum length of 4 pages and has to be submitted through the conference website. Deadline is September, 21st 2015 and the extended abstracts will be made available digitally to all participants through this website during the seminar.
To submit your extended abstract, log in and go to "My space" -> "My submission" and then click on "Add the paper (+)" in the action column. Then follow the submission process. Please use the same template as for the abstract.
Authors wishing to contribute to the seminar are invited to submit an abstract for oral or poster presentation (1st-year PhD students are encouraged to request a poster). Abstracts must not be longer than one page (DIN A4) including pictures and references (see abstract template). They should briefly outline the main features, results and conclusions as well as their general significance and should contain relevant references. The abstracts will be reproduced as submitted and printed unchanged in the Book of Abstracts to be delivered at the seminar to all participants, with the aim of providing a brief and overall insight of the presentations and posters.