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11 Sep 2023

World Summit of PhD Students on Sustainable Development 2023

Expressions of interest to attend the World Summit of PhD students on sustainable development 2023.

Online, 26th September 2023 – 14:00 – 17:00 CEST

The PhD students currently working on matters of sustainable development will be the ones leading future trends in a 2030-2050 scale when they occupy key roles in academia, industry and other sectors. It is, therefore, vital that they get the best possible training. One important component of this training is the interaction and exchange of information among their peers. Unfortunately, many doctoral students work on their themes in an isolated manner, detached from other interdisciplinary groups. Also, they seldom have the opportunity to present and discuss their work with international PhD students and experts from outside their organisations. Yet, much could be achieved by such an interaction. It is on the basis of the need to address this gap that the World PhD Students Sustainability Summit 2023 is being organised. This is a yearly event, the first of which was held online in 2022.
The aims of the World PhD Students Sustainability Summit 2023 are:
  1. to provide PhD students from around the world with an opportunity to display and present their works as they relate to sustainable development;
  2. to foster the exchange of information, ideas and experiences acquired in the execution of PhD research projects;
  3. to network the participants and provide a platform so they can explore possibilities for cooperation.
How to participate:
Event participation is free of charge and open to a broad audience. In order to take part in the World PhD Students Sustainability Summit 2023, interested persons should register by sending the following information:
First name:
Contact e-mail:
These details should be sent to: and
The deadline for registrations is 23th September 2023.
About the Organisers:
The World PhD Students Sustainability Summit 2023 is chaired by Professor Walter Leal (HAW Hamburg & Manchester Metropolitan University), supported by a team of international experts.
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