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Five papers have been selected from the entries to the BDS Prize Competition which is open to BDS members under 35 years of age. The submitted paper (2,500 words) is on a topic of dam engineering relating to the author's experience in reservoir research, design, construction, operation, maintenance, or supervision. Participants must be able to demonstrate that they have undertaken a significant role, relative to their level of experience, in the project or topic.
The five finalists will present their papers followed by questions from the audience. The judges will score their presentations and these will be added to the scores they received for their papers. The winners, to be announced at the end of the meeting, will receive £500 for first place with second and third prizes of £250 and £100.
The Winner will also have their paper published in the BDS Journal "Dams and Reservoirs".
The winners of the 2017 BDS Photography Competition will be announced on the night. The competition is run annually and open to members of the BDS and ICE as well as Engineering Students. Winners receive a cash prize (1st Prize £200; 2nd Prize £100; 3rd Prize £50) and photographs is likely to feature on the British Dam Society
Website and on the cover of the BDS Journal- "Dams and Reservoirs
The winners of the BDS Student Prize will also be announced. They will receive £400 for first place, with second and third prizes of £200 and £100.
This event is being broadcast online. Please join the lecture up to 10 minutes before the start time of 6pm.
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