Young Investigator Award
The EMIM Young Investigator Award 2021 will be presented to an early stage researcher for her/his extraordinary, original, and innovative research presented within the scope of the EMIM 2021. Application for the YIA 2021 must be done during the first call for EMIM 2021 abstract submission (with deadline 4 May 2021 – application CLOSED!).
Special THANKS to Karl Storz for their kind support of the YIA!
In accordance with the review outcome the three best YIA applicants are asked to present their work during the final plenary session scheduled for 27 August 2021. The YIA Committee decides on-site on the winner.
- younger than 34 at the time of the conference (27 August 2021) and
- his/her doctoral degree should be less than five years ago or not yet achieved (27 August 2021)
- he/she has to submit an abstract for oral presentation and
- is the first, main, AND presenting author of the abstract.
Selection and evaluation procedure
The applicants abstract/research was evaluated by independent reviewers during a double blind reviewing process in regards to:
- Originality of content – Original in terms of technique or application or both.
- Soundness of conclusions – Do the results support the conclusion?
- Importance – Significance of results, potential implication on other work
- Quality – Quality of methodology and data, clarity of presentation
+++ Deadline for application: 22 June 2021 +++
Registration Grants are preferably given to early stage researchers from developing countries and are presented in terms of one FREE REGISTRATION to the EMIM 2021.
Special THANKS to SIEMENS Healthineers for their kind support of Grants!
Who shall apply? You are at an early stage of your research carreer and/or (preferably) from a developing country? You are eager to join the EMIM in order to learn and put your findings up for discussion but you have difficulties to cover your expenses as it is unlikely that your institute is supporting your participation? Be encouraged to apply!
Please note: The grant is NOT meant as award for excellent science and shall accordingly not be added to your CV in that way!
- You submitted an abstract (with deadline 4 May 2021)
- You are an early stage researchers
- You are from a developing country (not obligatory)
- Your participation will be most likely not covered by your employer.
Your application should content
- why it is important for you to get financial support (max. 1/2 page)
- brief notice on your current research activities including the title of your abstract (4-5 sentences)
- place of work and current position
- your contact details
- date of birth
- status (student, PhD student, postDoc etc.)
- copy of ID card
- age and status (student, PhD student, postDoc etc.)
- travel distance
Your application has to be sent via email to the attention of Irene at the ESMI office.
Particular attention has been paid to the best possible way of the presentation of your posters:
In 2021 two poster sessions are scheduled – with no competitive session in parallel – in order to enhance knowledge exchange between senior and junior researchers, to provide YOU with the opportunity to put your work up for discussion, and the other attendees with the possibility to discuss your findings.
Guided thematic poster walks are scheduled. Each poster walk is chaired by two chairpersons and will result in one ESMI Poster Awards 2021.
The poster awards will be presented during the awarding and farewell session scheduled for Friday 27 August 2021.