This year, for its annual conference, the International Network of Environmental Forensics will be heading to Honolulu and the East-West Centre. The Center's 21-acre campus is situated in a lush, quiet area adjacent to the University of Hawaii's Manoa campus. It is located midway between Asia and the U.S. mainland and features research, residential, and international conference facilities. It is convenient to all of Honolulu's resources, yet feels a world away from the bustle of Waikiki and downtown. Interested in presenting at our conference? The following guidelines will assist you in the preparation of a successful abstract. Submissions should be written from a strong technical background and should clearly demonstrate a familiarity with the related work and field. A template to assist you prepare your abstract is available here. Abstracts should be no longer than one A4 page in portrait layout. The title of the abstract should be as concise as possible and co-authors and affiliations listed. The use of figures, graphs and schemes is recommended where this aids the understanding of the text. If you are student and would like to be considered for the Student Presentation awards, please indicate so in your email transmission, with your abstract. If interested, please send abstracts as an MS Word email attachment to Dr. Gwen O’Sullivan (firstname.lastname@example.org) no later February 1st 2019. Authors will be notified by March 31st, 2019.
Student and Early Career Researcher Travel Grants If you are a student or early career researcher you may be eligible to apply for an RSC travel grant to attend this conference. The application process can be found here. Please note that any application must go through the Environment, Sustainability and Energy Division of the RSC. Any RSC members that were unsuccessful with the above application are invited to email Dr David Megson (email@example.com) to discuss alternative funding options before 30th April.