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Research into the development of novel energy and resource-related technologies and the affiliated policies, is a vital part of addressing the key energy-related challenges facing humanity in the 21st century. To promote the development of energy research in the academic community, the UT Energy Week allows for full-time undergraduate and graduate students to participate in an interdisciplinary research poster competition. Prizes will be awarded to the best research posters in each of the categories below.
ABSTRACT DEADLINE : Monday, December 17th, 2018
Submit to: email@example.com
RESEARCH COMPETITION: Monday, February 4th, 2019
(1) Emerging Energy Technologies and Solutions
Research on emerging technologies in the energy sector, including but not limited to renewables, storage, and fossil fuels.
(2) Energy Economics, Law, Communication, and Policy
Research on societal impacts, policy, law, and communication and public opinion.
(3) Financial and Economic Solutions
Research on energy finance and economics to shape and facilitate changes in the energy industry.
Abstract Acceptance: Each abstract accepted to the poster competition will be awarded $25. This award is contingent on being present for the poster competition. Winners of the larger financial awards below may not collect.
Poster Competition: A panel of judges from academia and industry will score research posters submitted by the students selected to present at the research competition. Prizes will be awarded to the two highest scoring posters from each competition category (there will be a third place depending on number of participants in each category) and there will be one overall crowd favorite and one overall best undergraduate poster:
First place: $500
Second place: $250
Third place: $200
Crowd Favorite: $250
Best undergraduate: $200
Students will submit an abstract by December 17th, 2018 outlining their own energy-related research and will be notified by January 18th, 2018 if they are selected to present at the UT Energy Forum research competition.
The rubric used to grade abstracts is available here.
Submitted abstracts should identify the competition category most affiliated with the work and adhere to the following formatting guidelines:
Abstracts should include a title, the names of all contributing authors, a description of the key research findings along with relevant figures
Complete abstract should not exceed one page in length
Abstract text should not exceed 250 words in length
Abstract files should be submitted in Adobe Acrobat Reader (.pdf) format
Abstracts should clearly articulate the results and impact of original, academically rigorous energy-related research.
Please email this abstract to firstname.lastname@example.org and include:
Your abstract that satisfies the criteria above
Your email and phone number
Your institutional affiliation
GAIN 2019 poster competition
In addition to the Energy Week's poster competition, Longhorn Energy Club invites you to participate in GAIN 2019's poster session organized by the Graduate Engineering Council (GEC), where all graduate engineering students are able to participate. GAIN (Graduate And Industry Networking) is an annual networking opportunity that allows graduate engineering students to showcase their research and talents to industry representatives. Additionally, all poster presenters are invited to an awards banquet during the evening where distinguished poster presenters will receive departmental and industry awards.
The same poster will be allowed to participate in the Energy Week's poster competition and GAIN, if accepted.
GAIN will be held on February 5, 2019 from 1-8 pm, at the Texas Union Building. The poster session will take place from 2-4 pm and the awards banquet begins at 6:15 pm. Registration is currently open for students and more information about GAIN 2019 can be found on the GAIN 2019 website. We hope to see you at GAIN 2019!