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Net Zero Futures Conference 2024

Postdoc Pathways To Impact

The Net Zero Futures Conference 2024 is celebrating the contributions of postdoctoral and doctoral researchers in the transition to Net Zero. Gain insights through the lens of academics and researchers driving impact, and find inspiration to create new career development pathways for yourself.

The conference will be hosted at Cranfield University on 18 September 2024 and is free to attend for all postdoctoral and doctoral researchers.

What’s happening at the Net Zero Futures Conference 2024?

Join us at the annual C-DICE conference – an exclusive event during Postdoc Appreciation Week designed for postdoctoral researchers and doctoral researchers – PhDs. This year’s conference theme is Postdoc Pathways To Impact – designed to help you discover insights from expert speakers, enhance your skills, and engage in discussions to accelerate your career.

  • Celebrating Contributions: Recognise the vital role postdocs and other researchers play in research and innovation, specially in the transition to Net Zero.
  • Career Pathways: Explore how postdocs can drive impact, connect with fellow researchers and academics and learn how to create development pathways for your career.
  • The C-DICE Advantage: Hear success stories, explore the benefits of the C-DICE programme, and discover training and development opportunities from our partner organisations.

Accessibility and Well-Being

C-DICE is committed to making the Net Zero Futures Conference 2024 an inclusive and accessible event. View all the arrangements that will be in place at the conference to support delegates that may require it.

Travel to Cranfield University

Situated close to Milton Keynes and Bedford, the Cranfield campus is situated in Wharley End, very close to Cranfield village, and is about 10 minutes from the M1 motorway. There is rail and road access to most major airports, as well as coach and train stations.

Support to attend the conference

If you need support to attend the conference, a Caring Support Fund is available to help carers meet the additional costs, and a Travel Grant Fund to help postdoctoral researchers attend when they may otherwise not have the funds to do so. Register on Inkpath and sign on to the activity to apply.

There are also a limited number of rooms available at Cranfield University for delegates that require accommodation. Delegates will be considered for allocation, if stated in their travel grant application. This does not guarantee a booking even if the travel grant is approved.

Contact us

Telephone: 01509 223476

Email: cdice-enquiries@mailbox.lboro.ac.uk

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