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Ecocomp Student Poster Competition Launched

11 April 2017

Ecocomp Student Poster Competition Launched

Ecocomp 2017 will feature its inaugural Student Poster Competition. Judged by a panel of industry experts, led by Neil Calder of Engineered Capabilities, the winner will be announced during the Ecocomp Conference Dinner.

Electronic entries are being invited by 30th April 2017. Posters should be A0 size. 

Posters and their content will be judged using the following criteria:

  • Innovation       
  • Technical approach      
  • Clarity of content for a non-specialist audience     
  • Presentation      
  • Overall impact

For the entrance fee of £175, accepted posters will be displayed during the conference and an author will be invited to attend the conference. 

First, second and third placed posters will be invited to attend the conference dinner for free, with first prize being awarded on the night. The winner will receive a £50 Amazon voucher and their work will be featured in a future NetComposites Now newsletter.

Please send entries to conferences@netcomposites.com or via the website.

For more information about the conference, please visit http://ecocomp-conference.com/.


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