Regulation of the competition for the best talk presented within the international conference Multiscale Phenomena in Condensed Matter – Multis 2022, online meeting 27-30.06.2022
1. Target group
The organizer of the competition is the Organizing Committee of the Multiscale Phenomena in Condensed Matter – Multis 2022 conference. The competition is addressed to all persons registered for the international conference Multiscale Phenomena in Condensed Matter, the online meeting, referred to in what follows as the Conference, who gave a regular oral contribution during the Conference. The conference is organized by the Henryk Niewodniczański Institute of Nuclear Physics Polish Academy of Sciences, Kraków, Poland.
2. Purpose of the competition
dissemination of the research results standing in accordance with the needs and interests of the participants of the Conference within the scope of multidisciplinary investigations into condensed matter systems,
inspiring research activity and scientific debate,
developing the ability to observe the rules of scientific presentation in academic fora.
3. Time and place of the competition
The competition will take virtual place on the Zoom platform.
4. Object of the competition
Scientific oral contribution authored by the registered Conference participant, presented during the sessions on the Conference.
5. Decision of the competition and prize
Oral contributions will be evaluated by all participants of the Conference. Electronic voting will take place on Thursday during the break. The author of the highest rated oral contribution will be awarded. The results of the competition will be announced during the conference closing session. The winner will be distinguished with a diploma and receive a voucher to participate in (any) upcoming Multis or Young Multis conference without paying a conference fee.
6. Formal requirements
An abstract of the oral contribution should include the title and the authors' affiliations. Place of oral contributions: the Zoom platform. The oral contribution should not exceed 20 minutes (including a discussion). The oral contribution must be given in English.
7. Final provisions
The decision of the voting is final and incontestable, which means that no appeal can be brought against the decision. The organizers reserve the right to develop and publish the results of the competition including the names and affiliations of the awarded authors. Entering the competition involves the agreement for the personal data to be processed within the scope necessary for running the competition – the required agreement for the personal data to be processed together with the notification clause has been included in the Registration section.