1st NATIONAL GREEN ROOF STUDENT CONFERENCE
The Green Roof Centre is proud to announce the 1st National Green Roof Student Conference, to be held over the 16th and 17th May 2011 at the University of Sheffield. The aim of the conference is to help to develop a community of early stage researchers relating to green roof function, performance, benefits and design.
The 1st National Green Roof Student Conference will feature short presentations by research students and young researchers on research projects relating to green roofs. Presentations that deal with on-going projects will be welcome, and open and constructive discussion will be encouraged. All presented papers will appear in the Conference Proceedings on the Green Roof Centre website after the event.
£25.00 per person for both days including lunches.
Call for Papers - Closed
Abstract submission by 25th February 2011
Full paper submission by 25th March 2011
PowerPoint Presentation submission by 6th May 2011
NOTE – PRESENTATIONS WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED FOR UPLOADING DURING THE CONFERENCE
Papers are invited from researchers and students of green roofs and green roof related topics.
Presentation slots will be 15 minutes long with 5 minutes for question after each speaker.
Abstracts of papers must be submitted by 25th February 2011. The abstract will not be peer reviewed, however there will be a selection panel who will invite speakers to present their papers.
If accepted as abstract, the full paper or a revised abstract must be submitted by 25th March 2011, with no further review. Papers will typically be no more than 1,500 words in presentation. All presented papers will appear in the Conference Proceedings on the Green Roof Centre website after the event.
Content must be scholarly. Papers will normally deal with a significant research project, or theoretical issue. Typically papers will detail context, aims, methodology, findings and conclusions.
£25 per person, this covers both days’ sessions and lunches. There will be no additional charge for speakers. Both days must be paid for, single day attendance is not an option.
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