Longdom Awards support with an aim of recognizing outstanding achievements and contributions of professionals and researchers in the area of Medical, Life Sciences, Physical Sciences, Health Care, and Engineering.
Longdom Scientific Committee, a committee within the Advisory Council, is responsible for recommending individuals for awards for consideration and approval. Longdom awards are categorized to best speaker talks, best abstract, best poster award, outstanding young researcher award and the house of delegate awards. Awards are presented annually at the venue of the Longdom conference meetings. Winners of the awards will be considered to have presented an original scientific or technical study investigating a novel application or an innovative research approach, of a standard suitable for publication at an international level.
Best Keynote Speaker Award:
Otolaryngology will confer the Best Key Note Speaker Award to the researchers who have spent a considerable time of their academic life towards research related to the conference topics. The Keynote speaker award is for the researchers/speakers who have done all the hard work behind the scene. It will be a small clap for their dedication and hard work.
Model Organizing Committee Award:
Otolaryngology will take this opportunity to facilitate eminent experts from this field with the model Organizing Committee Member award for their phenomenal contribution to society through their academic research. This will be a trivial but significant reorganization of their dedication and discipline.
Outstanding Speaker Award:
Otolaryngology will bestow model speaker award to those researchers who have made a significant contribution towards the conference topic during their research period as well as present the research topic in an impressive way in the oral presentation during the summit. It will be an apt appreciation from the Jury as well as from the delegates. The award they receive will motivate them to march forward with the research work.
Promising Young Researcher Award:
The motive of this award during the Otolaryngology is to appreciate the research work of the budding young researcher who is continuing their research work to create a better society. The award will provide them a tremendous amount of encouragement to keep moving forward.
Educative Poster Award:
The educative poster award for Otolaryngology will be an endorsement for those who wish to display their research paper through a poster and will act as a guiding force for those researchers. The award will be presented to the most informative and educative research poster.