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First “Blue Sky Young Researchers” award

CEPI opened the call for applications for the European edition of the “Blue Sky Young Researchers” award for innovation in the pulp and paper industry. Building on the success of the Young Researchers session traditionally held during our annual event European Paper Week this will be the very first time that the renewed award will be granted on a Europe only level.

Eight shortlisted candidates will receive a paid trip to Brussels, Belgium, to present their work before high-level guests and top industry CEOs at CEPI’s annual event and 25th anniversary at European Paper Week in November 2017.

From the shortlist, three successful researchers will be granted the award and invited to present their work at the High Level Session at our annual event. They will also be automatically entered into an international competition where they will be within the chance of winning the global “Global Blue Sky Innovation Award” at a CEO’s roundtable in 2019.  

Eligibility criteria

Candidates must:

- Have an idea that could revolutionise the paper industry.  The idea is not only about research and development; it is about innovation and about being inspirational, interesting and green.

- Be under 35 years of age

- Currently be working under the supervision of a European research institute or university (regardless of nationality)

- Be fluent in English with good presentation skills

Registration is open now. Application can be submitted here

We encourage applicants to apply early. If you are a young researcher this could be your chance to share your work with those who matter and propel your idea to the forefront of the paper industry!

 

 

rkj / 03/13/2017


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