Triangle Student Research Competition (TSRC)
Abstract submissions are now being accepted for the 9th Annual Triangle Student Research Competition!
The 9th Annual Triangle Student Research Competition (TSRC) invites graduate students, undergraduate students, and post-docs to present a research poster amongst students and industry professionals in the triangle area. This is a wonderful opportunity to develop professional communication skills, compete for a research award, network with academia, industry, and government organizations, and explore career options through TSRC’s industry judges and sponsors. (Previous organizations include Eastman, Cree, Pine, Army Research Office, and more).
The North Carolina Research Triangle Chapters of Material Research Society and Electrochemical Society, will be hosting this year’s TSRC poster conference in the Glaxo Galleria at the Hamner Conference Center in Research Triangle Park on Thursday, October 7th, 2021 from 5:30 – 8:30pm. Registration and poster set-up will run from 5:30-6:00pm. All attendees are required to pay the $15 admission fee, even those not presenting a poster. Food and drink will be provided through an on-site catering service. Prizes will be awarded to the most outstanding presenters.
Please use the google form attached to register. Priority registration is due Monday, September 28th. Late registration will be accepted with neither the guarantee of appearing in the abstract book nor approval of drink tickets.
SIGN UP: https://forms.gle/SsuNBFYf7D462B9C7
For additional information, please contact Karen Ehrhardt (firstname.lastname@example.org).
For the safety of our participants, judges, and event staff, we ask that all attendees be fully vaccinated or receive a negative COVID test 3 days prior to the event. Additionally, masks will be required throughout the entirety of the event. When eating and drinking, we ask that attendees practice social distancing and utilize the Congressional Conference Room adjacent to the Glaxo Galleria for extra seating and spacing.