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Emerging Engineers Award Branch Final, Aberdeen

6 March, 2017 | 18:00 - 20:30

Venue address:

Curl Aberdeen
Eday Walk
AB15 6LN
United Kingdom
Join us for the branch final of the Emerging Engineers competition.
Join us for the branch final of the Emerging Engineers competition.

About this event

The Emerging Engineers Award is an opportunity for ICE student, graduate and trainee technician members to present their research and innovative work.

Submissions are to be based on any civil engineering-related topic in the format of a research paper, report or written exercise essay. You can find full competition guidelines on the entry form which you'll also need to complete and send in with your entry.

This competition gives young engineers the chance to practice writing and presentation in preparation for a Viva or Professional Review. It'll also raise your profile, help promote your university or employer and give you the opportunity to have your paper published. Competitors can also win prize money of up to £250. Cash prizes are also awarded to winners and runners-up.

Papers on any area of engineering design, research or practice are sought. Please note, only members of the AACE, under 35 years of age, are permitted to take part in the Branch competition. Entrants chosen to present will receive complimentary invitation to the AACE Annual Dinner in February.

Applications accompanied by an application form to Graham Dixon at by Friday 13th January, 2017.

Sponsored by Subsea 7, the Aberdeen Area Branch Final will begin at 5.30pm for a 6pm start on Monday 23rd January, 2017.

The winner of the Aberdeen Area Branch Final will be awarded the opportunity to compete at the Scottish Regional Final for a chance to represent Scotland at the UK National Final!

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