The Australian Laboratory for Emerging Contaminants is committed to the communication of environmental science within the broader community. Since the beginning of the EnviSMART series, we have been joined by students, academics as well as representatives from industry and government from all corners of Australia and New Zealand. Since social distancing restrictions have allowed us to publish these events online, we have seen an excellent response from participants. Thank you to our sponsors for allowing us to publish all these events for free!
Building on the success of the EnviSMART series, we are happy to announce the Emerging Contaminants Workshop. A full one-day program of leading scientists speaking about their respective field from Australia and around the world.
- EnviSMART Monthly
The Environmental Science Meeting for Australian Research Teams (EnviSMART) is a monthly online seminar series to provide environmental science researchers throughout Australia a platform for scientific engagement and networking during the COVID-19 lockdown. The technical program will be one academic and two student presentations (1 hour) followed by online ‘Happy-Hour’.
Seminars will be held Thursday 16:00-17:00 (UTC +11). Each month there will be a presentation by one academic keynote (30 mins) and invited students and industry guests.
December 2nd, 2021 – Drew Szabo
4:00 PM (UTC +11) Online – Register Now
- EnviSMART Student Forum
The Environmental Science Meeting for Australian Research Teams (EnviSMART) is holding monthly meetings aimed towards post-graduate students to share their research amongst peers. Many students throughout the country now find themselves isolated with dramatically reduced social interactions. We are running a monthly online seminar series to showcase environmental science students throughout Australia. This will be a platform for scientific engagement and networking in a safe and respectful environment.
Format: Each month, three students will have the opportunity to present research from their studies in a 10- minute presentation with a further 5 minutes for questions from their peers.
Abstract Submission: Student abstracts will be assessed by a panel consisting of members from SETAC- AU, ALEC, ACLCA and WaterRA. Preference will be given to students who have recently published their work or have previously been accepted for a presentation at a cancelled event. Students need only submit an abstract once to be considered for each consecutive event. Successful applicants will be notified two weeks before the event and should have their 10- minute presentation prepared in advance.
Submit your abstract here.
- Emerging Contaminants Workshop
EnviSMART is co-hosted with the following organizations: