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Naples 12-15 december 2017



EFC17 Best Paper Awards

EFC17 this year introduces the Best Paper Awards!
The awards are given to the best papers submitted to the EFC17 conference and that report the most important insights and progress within the broad field of hydrogen and fuel cell technologies.
The awards are sponsored by the EFC17 conference.
All nominations are judged by an independent Best Paper Selection Committee.

All authors participating to EFC17 conference are eligible.
In order to participate to the BPA, each author should submit a full paper directly through the EFC17 website, to this page (--> link).
The paper will be judged by an independent Best Paper Selection Committee.

Selection Process
The three best winners will be awarded as Best Paper, with a special prize dedicated to the Best Paper for Young Scientists (under 35).
By default, the conference chair of the EFC17 will chair the selection committee.

Exclusions to avoid conflicts of interest:
1. Papers co-authored by the selection chair(s) are not eligible.
2. Papers co-authored by members of the selection committee are not eligible.
3. Papers in conflict with the selection committee chair(s) are not eligible.

Presentation of Award
The winners will be announced on the EFC17 website before the EFC17 conference and presented during the EFC17 conference.

BPA paper submission guidelines
All FULL PAPERS (without any restriction on paper length) submitted for the selection should be written in English, following the template (--> draft). It must include your assigned abstract number (e.g. EFC17001). This number will be assigned when you submit your abstract. Your paper should be submitted both as DOC and PDF file with your abstract number in the filename (e.g. EFC17001.doc, EFC17001.pdf). It can include figures and tables.

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