The sdy prize is awarded to outstanding speakers, who have the ability to engage diverse audiences and deliver their message in an engaging way. They are also expected to be able to convey their expertise in the presentation.
This award is for best Keynote speaker who will present their projects, strategies, and schemes that have been implemented by them to improve long-term excellence in Diabetes, Endocrinology and Healthcare research. Eligible nominees should upload their Research Portfolios online with their last few publications, landmarks reached during their research.
It is a very important aspect of any conference to be able to attract a wide variety of scientists and researchers from all over the world. We at SDU understand this, which is why we have created a series of conferences for students and researchers to come together and share their ideas.
There are a number of different ways that students can get involved with these conferences and showcase their work. They can participate in the poster sessions, which are a great opportunity to present their research in a visual format and interact with other participants.
In addition, students can participate in the student poster competitions and be a part of the discussion that takes place during these events. These are designed to provide a platform for students and recent graduates to share their original research with their peers and get feedback on it.
A winner will be selected based on the research that they are presenting at the conference and their ability to engage a broad range of scientific audiences. The winners are then presented with a cash award that they can use to further their research.
They can also choose to receive a certificate from SDU as recognition of their efforts in the field. This is a great way to promote their work and increase their profile in the scientific community.
The sdy prize is offered in various categories. Some of these include:
1. CrystEngComm Poster Prize for the Best Poster on Crystal Engineering/Supramolecular Chemistry.
2. Oxford Cryosystems Low Temperature Poster Prize for the best poster on work in the field of low temperature crystallography.
3. The ACS Ahmed Zewail Award for Ultrafast Science and Technology:
4. The Sydney Taylor Manuscript Prize:
5. SDU Sustainability Awards:
6. SDU’s Gender Equality Team:
7. SDU’s Innovation Lab:
8. The Maersk Mc-Kinney Moller Institute:
9. Structural Dynamics:
10. SDU – The University of Southern Denmark:
11. SDU – The University of Southern Denmark:
SDU is ranked 93rd in the world, based on its work with sustainability. This is a big achievement for the university, which has previously been ranked 23rd. Its success is due to a focus on sustainability, which helps it to achieve high rankings in areas such as business and economics, environmental science and social sciences.