20th Anniversary Awards 2016 – Back to the Future

 
The Engineering Professors' Council is delighted to announce the winning entries in the 2016 20th Anniversary Awards. The prizes were presented at the EPC Congress 2016 dinner on Monday 5th September 2016.  

This year we offered two awards, the Individual Award and the Team Award. For the individual award, students were asked to submit essays on the topic: Back to the future…if I knew then what I know now. Six things I’d tell my primary school self about what it means to be an engineer…

For the team award students were asked to work in teams to write an essay accompanied by illustrative 90 second video on the topic: Back to the future: hoverboards and humanoids: today’s engineers’ predictions for tomorrow’s technology.

The prizes were presented at the EPC Congress 2016 dinner on Monday 5th September 2016. The level of talent this year was incredible.

Please do navigate to the ”Winning entries” tab to view the essays from the winner and finalists.

If you would like to learn more about the EPC Congress 2016 click here. 

Expand the sections below to view the essays from our winner and finalists.

1st prize: Jon Runyon, Cardiff University
Runner-up prize: Andrew Popadynec
Runner-up prize: George Anderson
Highly Commended prize: Abdul Basit Ghias

Expand the sections below to view photographs of the winners receiving their prizes.

Andrew Popadynec

Jon Runyon

Abdul Basit Ghias

Winners: Group photo

The Engineering Professors’ Council, in collaboration with the Incorporation of Hammermen of Glasgow, is once again offering its 20th Anniversary Award for students of member universities.

For 2016, we are offering prizes in two categories:

Individual award: winner receives £500

Submissions should be in the form of a 2,000 word essay on the topic: “Back to the future…if I knew then what I know now. Six things I’d tell my primary school self about what it means to be an engineer…

Team award: winning team shares £1,000

Submissions should be in the form of a 1,500 word essay accompanied by illustrative 90 second video on the topic: “Back to the future: hoverboards and humanoids: today’s engineers’ predictions for tomorrow’s technology

A minimum of two and maximum of four people may enter as a team.

All engineering students – both undergraduate and postgraduate – are welcome to enter either category

Winners will also be invited to present their work at the Engineering Professors’ Council Congress in September 2016.

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