The Global Young Scientists Summit
The Global Young Scientists Summit (#GYSS) returns this coming January 2023 and we’ve got the best of both worlds. We’re bringing back in-person sessions while also extending our presence in the virtual space. GYSS 2023 will see an exciting array of plenary lectures and panel discussions by eminent scientists online, and offline!
Date: 17 – 20 January 2023
Physical venue: Singapore University of Technology and Design (SUTD)
Livestream: Will be available soon!
Click here to view the latest programme.
2023’s summit line-up features 21 Nobel laureates and eminent scientists who will be speaking across ten plenaries and panel sessions.
This year we introduce six new speakers alongside our returning stalwarts. Let’s welcome Prof. David MacMillan, Prof. Brian Kobilka, Sir David Klenerman, Dr. Jack Dongarra, Dr. John Mather and Guest Speaker Prof Alison Woollard.
In scientific terms, fusion occurs when two atoms bond and fuse to form a single heavier atom. This process releases huge amounts of energy similar to the same process that powers the sun and creates stars. In the same vein, the #GYSS2023 offers bright young individuals the chance to interact and engage with top minds around the globe. This interaction ignites an explosion of ideas and innovations that ripples across the world. We call this, #FusionInSession.
Catch all the latest happenings, news and updates at your fingertips through our social media links below. This includes our popular video challenge, young scientist presentations and much more.
New to GYSS? Check out previous GYSS sessions on our YouTube channel! At GYSS 2022, we marked a decade of nurturing young scientists worldwide and welcomed over 800 young scientists from 38 countries!
Click here to learn more about GYSS’ story so far through our commemorative publication, “Where Great Minds Meet: 10 Years of the Global Young Scientists Summit”. It documents the journey of the summit — from a nascent idea to its evolution over the years and what to look forward to in the future.
Stay tuned for more updates!