Frequently Asked Questions
Research pertaining to any of the IIES four pillars will be accepted as relevant to our Workshop. Workshop themes include:
- Environmental Processes
- Sources, fate, transformations
- Deposition and Accumulation of Contaminant
- Atmospheric, hydrological and other environmental processes
- Interactions among air/water soil environments
- Climate change
- Environmental Health
- Relationships between people and their environments
- Ecosystem and human responses to environmental change
- Implications of exposures to environmental hazards
- Green and Novel Technologies
- New approaches to carbon mitigation
- Waste and water treatment
- Renewable resources
- Sustainable agriculture
- Environmental Policy
- Circular economy
- Climate policy
- Food systems policy
- Ecological Management
If you are still unsure if your research is relevant, please get in touch with us.
Yes, of course! The IIES can provide travel grants for some students, and we are covering the registration fees, accommodations and event meals for all faculty and students during the Workshop and Graduate Student Forum, however, faculty will be responsible for their own travel expenses.
If you are applying for and receive an IIES travel grant, you must attend both the Workshop and Graduate Student Forum. You are not required to present your work at the Workshop, but you will be required to present at the Graduate Forum.
If you do not require a travel grant, you can choose to participate in either event.
Yes, you are welcome to attend the field trip. If possible, you are encouraged to participate in the Forum in some capacity.
Participants who do not wish to make a presentation are welcome to attend. Those who do not wish to make a platform presentation may want to have a poster presentation instead. As a student, you are not required to present at the Workshop, you are only required to present a 5-min presentation at the Forum.
If you are presenting two different presentations, you should submit two separate abstracts. Please adapt your abstracts according to the different audiences at both events.
Yes, if you plan to present a lecture at either the Workshop and/or Graduate Student Forum, we ask that you submit an abstract for your talk. This way we can ensure your talk will be part of the program.
Students who are recipients of an IIES Travel grant will share a room with another student for both the Workshop and Grad Forum. Please contact us if you have any accommodation questions for an upcoming event.
Breakfast will be provided at the hotel(s) in the morning. Coffee/Tea and Snack breaks, lunches and a gala dinner will be provided at the Workshop and Graduate Student Forum.
Feel free to explore the city and discover local restaurants for any other meals.
If you have any other questions, please get in touch with IIES Director, Prof. Douglas Evans, or Operations Coordinator, Raquel Scott, firstname.lastname@example.org.