Organised by the Global Young Scientists Summit (GYSS) @one-north (GYSS@one-north) and taking place 15 to 20 January 2017, the fifth iteration of the event will welcome over 300 of the world’s most outstanding science graduates and post-doctoral fellows under the age of 35. Young scientists will have the privilege of attending live plenary lectures, panel discussions and interactive group sessions with 22 highly distinguished speakers. Highly respected in the science and technology community, these speakers comprise Field Medal holders, Millennium Technology Prize winners, Turing Award holders, as well as two special guest speakers. Speakers new to GYSS@one-north in 2017 include Turing Awardees Vinton Gray Cerf (2004), Barbara Liskov (2008) and Butler Lampson (1992. Nobel Prize for Physics laureate Yang Chen-Ning (1957), the second Chinese Nobel Laureate, will also attend. The special guest speakers are Chairman of the Lindau Foundation and Council Member for the Lindau Novel Laureate Meetings, Heinz-Jürgen Kluge, and Juha Ylä-Jääseki, President and CEO of Technology Academy of Finland (TAF). The theme for GYSS@one-north in 2017 is "Advancing Science, Creating Technologies for a Better World". The summit covers a range of disciplines in science such as chemistry, physics, medicine, mathematics, to computer science and engineering. Visit http://bit.ly/GYSS2017 to learn more.
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