About the Forum
The China-UK Low Carbon College of Shanghai Jiao Tong University is going to hold the Second Low Carbon International Young Scholars Forum in November 2021. The forum aims to provide a platform for young scholars from low-carbon related disciplines to communicate and collaborate, to enhance understanding between different disciplines, and to promote cooperation on research and academic innovation in the low carbon fields. Early career scholars in associated fields are encouraged to apply for this forum.
November 20th-21st, 2021 (Shanghai)
Online/Online + Off-line
Participants should be early career scholars and have obtained a PhD degree from a world-leading university or research institution. Candidates should be able to conduct and lead innovative research projects, demonstrate significant research achievements, and have a great potential in becoming an outstanding scholar in the area.
Research areas of participants should be related to carbon finance, management, environment, energy, atmospheric science, and geophysics, including but not limited to:
Climate Change and Countermeasure
Carbon Finance and Carbon Management
Smart Energy and Big Data
Renewables and Energy Storage
Sustainable Technologies and Waste Resource Utilization
CCUS (Carbon Capture, Utilization and Storage) and Carbon Sink
No registration fee
How to Apply
To apply, please fill in the application form. (https://lcc.sjtu.edu.cn/Data/SignUp/1211)
Deadline for application: October 31st, 2021
Shanghai Jiao Tong University (SJTU) is a world-renowned higher education institution and one of the top universities in China. It has established itself as a comprehensive, research-oriented, and internationalized university and ranks 50th worldwide (QS 2022).
China-UK Low Carbon College (LCC) was established by Shanghai Jiao Tong University (SJTU) with the joint efforts of the University of Edinburgh (UoE) and Shanghai Lingang Government in May 2017.
As the first domestic low carbon college, LCC aims to build up a talent database of world-leading experts in climate change and carbon innovations, and create an interdisciplinary platform for social scientists and engineers to collaborate and contribute to a zero-carbon future.
The Low Carbon College is based in Shanghai Lin-gang, a future smart city located in the South of Shanghai, and has become a key base for the exchange of low carbon ideas, talent, technology and resources to drive solutions to climate challenges. LCC has developed partnerships with many world-class universities, with the University of Edinburgh as the primary international strategic partner, and constantly develop exchanges and cooperation with top international universities, including University College London, Imperial College London, Warwick University, etc.