Young Researcher award will be presented to encourage the young talents in Research field. Nano Seoul 2020 appreciates the hard work and smart work of the researcher by presenting a Oskar Klein Award.
Oskar Klein was a Swedish theoretical physicist. He worked with Niels Bohr in the University of Copenhagen. He proposed a boson-exchange model for charge-charging weak interactions. Klein is credited for inventing the idea, part of Kaluza–Klein theory, that extra dimensions may be physically real but curled up and very small, an idea essential to string theory / M-theory.
Oskar Klein Awardee will be given Certificate & Memento, 20% discount on registration fee for upcoming conference as a token of appreciation.
Eligibility: Should be registered before the Award deadline for Nano Seoul 2020. Doctorate and PhD students can apply for this award.
Selection Criteria: Should be a Researcher and based on research experience, publications, and presentations.
Deadlines for this award is at 11:59 pm USA (GMT-8) on Friday 24 April 2020
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