CALL FOR POSTERS
You are invited to prepare posters presenting your research at the 11th Annual CAES Policy Conference: “Policies for Surviving a Pandemic and Thriving in the Economic Recovery to Follow”. The poster competition will take place during the virtual conference being held Jan 18-21, 2021.
Opportunities for Finalists: The top three finalists for the undergraduate and graduate sections will present their research in front of a live audience (via Zoom) to try and clinch the top prize. Cash prizes will be awarded to the top three finalists for both categories.
1st Prize- $250.00 CND
2nd Prize- $150.00 CND
3rd Prize- $100.00 CND
1st Prize- $500.00 CND + Free Registration to next CAES Annual Meeting
2nd Prize- $300.00 CND
3rd Prize- $200.00 CND
Poster Preparation: Prepare posters for a non-academic audience. Focus on the policy rationale and implications of your research. Record a 2-minute video in which you present your poster (as if you were presenting to a live audience). The video along with the poster will be uploaded to the conference website.
How to Submit: Abstracts should be submitted in Word format and include the title, name(s) and affiliation(s) of all author(s) and the supervisor(s) (if applicable) and indicate which author will be presenting. Email abstracts to firstname.lastname@example.org by December 23, 2020.
A pdf file of the poster and the 2-minute video presentation must be submitted to Jennifer Vignola at email@example.com by January 11, 2021.
1- Jennifer Syme -Abstract – Adaptability: The key to success in wheat variety adoption?
2-Curtis McKnight- Abstract – Bioenergy Feedstock Supply from Wheat Straw: A Farm Level Model with Multiple Market, Disease Risks and Soil Trade-offs
3- Mitchell Gingerich – Abstract – A Comment to Milked and Feathered: The Regressive Welfare Effects of Canada’s Supply Management Regime by Cardwell et al. (2015)
4- Sheri- Abstract – Prospects for Weather-Indexed Insurance for Blueberry Growers in British Columbia
5- Amy Xu- Abstract – Modelling Variability in Biomass Feed Stock Supplies with Limited Data
6-Wenbei Zhang -Abstract – Are Jet Fuel and Diesel Prices Vulnerable to Crude Oil Markets? Implications for Emerging Energy Sources
7-Jon Duan-Abstract – Canadian Energy Policy: Challenges to Meeting the 2050 Greenhouse Gas Emissions Reduction Target