The Organizing committee is pleased to invite PhD students, postgraduate students, master students, grad & undergraduated students, and all other young scientists doing research on transportation issues to participate in the Second International Conference “Transport for Today’s Society”.
The Students participation, aims at:
– Providing an opportunity to present the up-to-date professional and research results and to familiarize with the colleagues’ achieving, as well as making contacts with the colleagues from foreign scientific research institutions;
– Developing skills of the young scientists to present their own ideas and research results, discuss over various scientific topics.
For the Students Conference topics see AUTHORS INFORMATION – LIST OF TOPICS. All students should fill the registration form.
Undergraduated students participate at Conference through the poster presentation.
Poster presentation can be made by one student, or a group of students (max 3).
Seminar papers or theses (proposed and approved in collaboration with the mentor) are allowed to be used for the poster presentation if their theme complies with the list of topics.
Undergraduat students should register for participation at the Conference, but need not pay the registration fee.
Additionally, information about study cycle, home study institution, poster title, first name and surname of mentor, are required.
Please send your final poster presentation on e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Form of presentation: A1 poster TEMPLATE (70×100 RESEARCH POSTER TEMPLATE). PowerPoint poster template is designed for a standard metric 70 cm by 100 cm scientific poster presentation for international poster sessions.
Poster presentation guidelines: Please download PowerPoint poster template here.
Post-graduate, PhD students, master students, graduate students
Post-graduate students and PhD students should prepare a paper according to the instructions in the “Submission”. They should register for participation at the Conference and pay the registration fee (see “Conference fees”).