INTERNAL COMBUSTION ENGINE DIVISION STUDENT PAPER COMPETITION
Sponsored by the ASME Internal Combustion Engines Division (ICED)
Deadline: April 29, 2016
Awards and Recognitions: 2 winning students will receive a cash award of $3000! In addition, travel and lodging expenses for the conference will be covered up to $1500 and conference registration fee will be waived
The Student Presentation Chair of the ASME Internal Combustion Engine Division invites you to submit your undergraduate research in internal combustion engines. The top two entries will be selected to be presented at the 2016 ASME Internal Combustion Engine Fall Technical Conference in Greenville, South Carolina.
Consider applying if you: work in a laboratory at school that does internal combustion engine research; work on the engine of a collegiate race team or your own car; have innovative ideas for next generation advanced engines or alternative fuels; are an internal combustion engine enthusiast and would like to deliver a presentation.
To be considered, submit; (1) a 1000-word abstract in pdf format, (2) a 10-minute draft presentation slides as a pdf file, and (3) a one page mentor/advisor letter of recommendation to the Student Presentation Chair. The letter of recommendation must be from the professor or mentor working most closely with the student and must clearly identify the student's role in performing the research. A selection committee will choose the top 2 presentations according to an established review process. In that process, submissions will be scored according to the following metrics: (a) technical strength, (b) research novelty (c) quality of project execution, (d) degree of independent work, and (e) presentation quality. You must be an ASME student member and be an undergraduate student on the date of submission to be selected.
For more information on the award opportunity or to download the application, visit:https://www.asme.org/events/icef or contact Prof. Will Northrop firstname.lastname@example.org
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