About the Conference:
To help catalyze change, strengthen the means of implementation and revitalize the global partnership for sustainable development, the G-STIC Conference series will bring together key stakeholders from Science, Technology and Innovation communities (including the private sector).
G-STIC will provide them with a forum to review, discuss and identify internationally relevant technological innovations that can lead the world on a more sustainable development course.
G-STIC will facilitate the co-design and co-production of knowledge and solutions that are needed to implement the climate change agenda and the Sustainable Development Goals, by fostering collaboration among Science, Technology and Innovation communities.
The G-STIC 2017 Student & Research Challenges are launched to encourage students, PhD students and junior researchers worldwide to come up with original and innovative ideas on new technological solutions that hold great potential for achieving the SDGs.
More information can be found in the G-STIC 2017 Student & Research Challenges flyer.
Who can join?
The G-STIC 2017 Student Challenge is open to all undergraduate and (post)graduate students. PhD students and junior researchers whose research work is involved with any of the technology themes addressed at G-STIC2017, are welcome to join the G-STIC 2017 Research Challenge.
The G-STIC 2017 Student & Research Challenges comes up with a unique opportunity to join the dialogue on technologies for the SDGs.
In addition, you can win a free participation in the G-STIC 2017 Conference (Brussels, Belgium – October 23-25, 2017), where you can meet and discuss with international science, technology & innovation experts.
To register for the challenge, fill up the registration form at this link.
More information about the challenge can be found in the Student & Research Challenges website link given here.