THE BIGGEST ANUAL EVENT

EDGE

A global undergraduate

STEM Conference

EDGE welcomes your from all areas of STEM

About Us

EDGE is a global non-profit undergraduate conference, which welcomes submissions of student research from all areas of STEM. The overarching aim of this conference is to give students a platform where they are able to showcase their original research in different STEM fields, encourage dialogue, and thereby promote the practice of STEM research more generally. Furthermore, by inviting established researchers in different fields as keynote speakers, we look to provide an opportunity for students to learn about the value and inner workings of academia, and grow their academic network.

This conference has no registration fee. Meanwhile, we will have rewards for three outstanding researchers:

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Best Paper Award

This award is given to the student whose paper submission demonstrates the highest level of academic rigor and originality. Our focus is here not only on the content of the research but also the quality of writing.

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Best Presentation Award

This award is given to the student whose conference presentation. Beyond the content of the student’s research, we are here also looking for rhetorical excellence.

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Young Researcher Award

This award is given to the student whose overall work demonstrates exceptional academic potential—as a writer, presenter, and a thinker.

Schedules

The following are a list of important dates and timelines.

June 31, 2022

Register Interest

By 11.59 PM BST

This deadline is not mandatory but highly encouraged.

August 31, 2022

Abstract Submission

By 11.59 PM BST

Submit a copy of your abstract file.

September 20, 2022

Paper Submission

By 11.59 PM BST

Submit a full copy of your paper.

October 20, 2022

Notification of Acceptance

By 11.59 PM BST

Get a notification decision about your acceptance to the conference.

Submission Guidlines

All current undergraduate students are eligible to submit their paper. 

The conference has a rigorous peer-review process. This means that all the papers are evaluated by a group of experts in the same field to make sure it meets the necessary standards for acceptance. Our standard and practice adhere to IEEE guidelines.

  • Topic:
    • We welcome papers from all STEM areas, as well as papers from computational social science.
  • Abstract guideline:
    • Make sure to keep your abstract pithy and to the point, and respect the hard 300 word word-limit.
  • Paper Submission guideline
    • Citation: Your paper should follow one of the standard citation formats (MLA, APA, Chicago, etc.) clearly and consistently. Uncited work and poorly cited work will be immediately barred from consideration.
    • Length: 5000 word hard-limit.
    • Title: Feel free to title your paper itself as you like. However, be sure to title your file using the format: LASTNAME.FIRSTNAME.SUBJECT-AREA.TITLE (e.g. Smith.Bob.Biology.The Evolution of Tool Use in Primates)
    • Please submit your abstract and paper to [email protected]
  • Presentation Guideline:
    • Length: Hard 15 minute-limit for the presentation, and 5-10 minutes for Q and A.
    • Presentation style: We strongly encourage the use of a slide deck. If you are presenting with a deck, make sure to share the deck via email with us beforehand.

 

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