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Poster Competition

As part of our Particle Accelerator Engineering Annual Event, taking place this year,  on 9th and 10th November, we will be, as usual, holding a poster prize for early-career engineers. Applicants should be within 4 years of their undergraduate degree OR be registered in an industry or national lab graduate programme. The posters can cover any area of particle accelerator engineering (mechanical, electronic, electrical, control, etc) and membership of the IMechE or IET is not required although is strongly encouraged for all engineers.

The prize is a £100 gift voucher plus an IET certificate.

The competition is open to graduate engineers and engineering students either in industry, national laboratories or universities and is open to all age ranges.

The “posters” will be presented over video conference and hence non-traditional posters are required. Each “poster” should comprise 4 slides or zoomed sections of a larger poster that the presenter will display over video conference. Entrants must be available to virtually “stand by” their poster on the morning of the 10th November during a poster and networking session.

To enter the competition please email your name, affiliation and poster title to Prof Graeme Burt  before 4pm on the 5th November 2021.

 

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