Recommendations for International Research Competitions

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Andrii Dzygunenko
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Seeking international astronomy research competitions to present my research work. Prefer online options but open to in-person events. Recommendations appreciated.
Hello everyone, my name is Andii and I am new here. I know this may not be a relatable question to ask, but I hope someone can help me.
I have been searching for International/European and/or American astronomy and astrophysical research competitions for the past 5 months or so. I would like to present my research works on variable stars and other areas that interest me, such as Active Galactic Nuclei.

If anyone can recommend any research competitions where I can present my work and possibly win awards, I would be grateful. I would prefer to visit these competitions online, but I am also open to attending in-person events depending on their location.

I have already participated in the IAAC Olympiades, but it's not exactly what I am looking for. I am specifically looking for opportunities to present my research work. Any help or advice would be greatly appreciated. Thank you.
 
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Have you successfully published your work in any reputable journal?
 
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strangerep said:
Have you successfully published your work in any reputable journal?
I have a couple of different research projects and papers. I'm about to publish 2 research articles on variable stars in OEJV - Open European Journal on Variables Stars. And currently I'm working on another paper about Cataclysmic variable stars. So no, I have not published full research papers yet, but I already have 8 conference abstracts published in different journals.
 
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Andrii Dzygunenko said:
I'm about to publish 2 research articles on variable stars in OEJV - Open European Journal on Variables Stars.
Unfortunately, Open European Journal on Variable Stars(OEJV/ISSN 1801-5964) does not appear on Clarivate's Master Journal List, so references appearing in OJEV do not qualify as valid peer-reviewed publications on Physics Forums.
 
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I was also planning to publish in AASP Advances in Astronomy and Space Physics Journal. Maybe this journal will appear on Clarivate's Master Journal List.
 

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