Emerging Engineers Award final 2017, London

29 September, 2017 | 17:30 - 20:00

Venue address:

Institution of Civil Engineers
One Great George Street
London SW1P 3AA
United Kingdom
Join us for the final of the Emerging Engineers competition 2017
Join us for the final of the Emerging Engineers competition 2017

About this event

This competition is held every year to promote and reward excellent communication of civil engineering issues and ideas.

The four top finalists from the regional heats will present their papers to the audience and judging panel.

This year's presentations will be:

  • Robin de Jongh (East Midlands) – How to lift a building with your bare hands
  • Harriette Stone (London) – Using omnidirectional cameras and UAVs to asses structural damage after large earthquakes
  • Jasmine Tombs (South West) – Evacuated tube transport, the future of goods transportation?
  • Sumesh Sankar (Bahrain) – Feasibility studies of geopolymer concrete for structural applications

The winner will receive the Institution Medal and a cash prize.

All are welcome to attend. Refreshments available from 5.30 for a 6pm start.

The room may be subject to change – please check sign boards when you arrival at One Great George Street.

Visit the Emerging Engineers page for more information about the competition.

Register your attendance

To book your place, simply click the 'book now' button below and follow the onscreen instructions.

If you're not already an ICE member, you can register to receive updates on our latest events.

If you experience any issues, please contact the event administrator: glen.owen@ice.org.uk.

Book now

Disclaimer: Any views or opinions expressed on any matters by the presenters or participants during or in connection with this presentation are solely the views of the authors of the respective comments and/or opinions and must not be taken to be the views of ICE or any other organisation. ICE makes no representations, warranties or assurances concerning any information provided in these presentations and accepts no responsibility for the content and/or accuracy.