Young Scientist Award
PULSUS publicizes an outline of Awards for Young Scientists in order to help excellence in various fields of science and technology. These Awards are known as "Young Scientist Awards". The award is open to those researchers involved in graduate education and research happenings that accentuate bearable progress.
- Advancing perfection and perceiving remarkable commitments made by the youthful researchers for their work done essentially during the span of study.
- Find out about career advancement and the most recent research devices and technologies in your field.
- Graduates are motivated by the chance to choose neighborhood or worldwide subjects of pertinence/enthusiasm to them, and build up their own logical examinations and models drawing in locally or universally.
- Two researchers will be chosen for the Awards.
- Chance to be a student envoy.
- Chances to coordinate with partners around the world
- Discounts at the PULSUS conferences, at different worldwide venues in future.
- Chance to distribute full length papers in rumored supporting international journals of respective conference
- Best Young Scientist Award introduction will be named by the board and in the event that they wish to publish the full length paper, they can publish in supporting worldwide journals of the respective conference at free of preparing charges.
Eligibility: Any scientist, engaged in research work laboratories/institutes, who is not more than 35 years of age, is eligible for the Award.
Criteria: Each scientist has to submit their unique research works
- Submit an abstract as first author through the Abstract Submission System
- Submit the supporting materials listed below
- Be willing to present his/her work at PULSUS conferences
Supporting Materials (in English):
- Copy of passport (1st page as proof of age)
- Copy of abstract submitted as first author
- Completed application form
- Updated Curriculum vitae
- All submissions must be in English.
- All the presentations should be in oral form only.
- Each young scientist is required to make a brief presentation (15 minutes) about his/her research work before the Organizing committee at the event. This may be followed by 5 minutes question-answer session.
- The awards are given for outstanding contributions made by the Young scientists on work done.
- Scientific societies of national/international standing, university faculties, postgraduate departments or research institutions may also make nominations of eligible candidates
- The nomination shall be made in the prescribed format. Soft copy (in MSWord only), along with all supporting documents of the candidate through email to (Applicants are requested to send a copy of all documents to with the subject line: Young Scientist Award)
Documents for Nomination:
- Recommendation letter
- Details of candidate (Name; DOB; Nationality; Gender; present designation, department; Summarize the most significant work of the nominee on which the recommendation is based).
- One candidate is eligible to present only one talk under the young scientist award category, and the presenter should be either the 1st author or co-author of the work.
- Papers will be accepted based on the uniqueness and novelty of the work.
- Organizing committee is liable to reject the paper at any point if any claims are made on the novelty of the work