Are you a PhD student who is going to graduate or participate in graduation thesis defenses?
Then apply for the MDPI-Water Best PhD Thesis Award 2021, to win a bonus of CHF 800, a certificate and an offer to publish a free paper in Water before the end of 2022.
Application Deadline: November 10 2021
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Required Application Documents:
– An executive summary of the PhD thesis in English, of around 3000 words;
– A letter from PhD supervisor recommending the candidate for consideration for this award;
– The candidate’s CV, including a list of publications connected with the thesis;
– An electronic copy of the PhD thesis;
– A scanned copy of the PhD diploma (or a certificate of studying at a university or research institute as a PhD student who is going to participate in graduation thesis defenses).
How to Apply?
– Please submit your application materials via the Water Journal Award website
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The application deadline is 10 November 2021. The winner will be announced on the Water website by the end of January 2022.
– Quality of resume and publications;
– Relevance of the candidate and research description;
– Novelty of the candidate’s PhD thesis;
– Strength of the recommendation letter;
– Anticipated academic potential;
– Originality and impact of the research.
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