Sarun Atiganyanum wins poster award

November 9, 2018 - NSME

NSME student Sarun Atiganyanum wins poster award for AVS Electronic Materials and Photonics Division.

Sarun and poster photo

The Electronic Materials & Photonics Division (EMPD) Student Poster Award is given at the annual AVS International Symposium and Exhibition to encourage students to present their research in the EMPD poster session during the Symposium. To qualify for the award, the applicants must be a full-time student (graduate or undergraduate) at an accredited educational or/and research institute. Candidate students must submit an abstract for a poster presentation that meets all Symposium requirements and deadlines through the normal submission web portal. All poster presenters present at the EMPD poster session will be automatically considered for the EMPD Student Poster Awards and they will be judged on the scientific merit and originality of their research, their contribution to it, as well as the quality of their presentation. EMPD Student Poster Awards consist of a certificate and a $500 cash prize.

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