The Institution of Engineers, Singapore (IES) will once again host the National Engineers Day (NED) 2019 in Devan Nair Institute for Employment and Employability (E2i), Singapore from 18 – 20 July 2019.
The Engineering Innovation Challenge (EIC) is open to all universities around the world. This provides an excellent opportunity for university students to share knowledge, experience and expand their network, to promote engineering and a passion in this discipline. Your participation in the competition will also serve to interest and excite youths to embark in the fascinating and multi-faceted world of engineering.
The Challenge: Design and build the prototype of a portable and sensitive ionizing radiation detector capable of detecting background radiation.
Teams are to note that the competition is based on the detection of background radiation, therefore the use and handling of radiation sources for the prototype design, building and testing should be reasonably low and accessible in everyday life.
The EIC Competition will showcase selected projects for final judging and subsequently for presentation of awards on 20 July 2019 at the National Engineers Day 2019.
|1st Team||SGD 8,000 cash + Trophy + Prototype Fund (SGD 500)|
|2nd Team||SGD 5,000 cash + Trophy + Prototype Fund (SGD 500)|
|3rd Team||SGD 3,000 cash + Trophy + Prototype Fund (SGD 500)|
|4th – 10th Team||SGD 1,000 cash + Prototype Fund (SGD 500)|
|Shortlisted Teams||Prototype Fund (SGD 500)|
|Popularity Award||SGD 300 cash|
More information on the Challenge is available in the following links:
EIC2019 Poster: https://bit.ly/2En4dJz
EIC Cat 4 Rules & Regulation: https://bit.ly/2E5lky2
EIC Cat 4 Registration Form: https://bit.ly/2GS6myw
If there is a problem in the link, please contact Spencer Soh at firstname.lastname@example.org
IES invites you to be a part of this exciting journey with your active participation.
Schools are invited to submit initial project proposal by 23 April 2019. The proposal must include the following:
- Project Description
- Prototype proposal
- Cost-benefits analysis
For further information, please contact:
Spencer Soh (Mr) (PCO)
The Institution of Engineers, Singapore (IES), 70 Bukit Tinggi Road, Singapore 289758
DID: +65-64611227 | Main Line: +65-64695000 | Website: www.ies.org.sg