IEEE Award for Technical Innovation and Engineering Achievement

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About the award

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The IEEE is the world’s largest professional organisation and is dedicated to the advancement of technology for humanity. The IEEE Victorian Section annually awards this prize to a final year project team exhibiting at the Endeavour Exhibition.

The IEEE Award for Technical Innovation and Engineering Achievement will consist of one first prize of $500. This award is open to final-year student project teams from electronic, electrical, computer software or relevant engineering discipline.

The project should demonstrate the most innovative technical project outcome. The award winners will be directly selected on the day of the exhibition and the winners will be announced at the Endeavour Awards Night.

To apply, submit the completed application form in PDF format via email to endeavour-mse@unimelb.edu.au by no later than 5pm Monday 9 September 2019.

Download: IEEE Award for Technical Innovation and Engineering Achievement application form [Word 253kb]

Judging criteria

  • How the project team demonstrates the most innovative technical project outcome.
  • The Endeavour Exhibition display presentation quality.

All questions can be directed to the Endeavour team at endeavour-mse@unimelb.edu.au.

Date Application and judging procedure
By 5:00pm Monday 9 September
  • Project teams submit application
  • A maximum two-page response (plus relevant appendices) to the prize judging criteria, using the IEEE Award for Technical Innovation and Engineering Achievement application form.
  • Application submitted in PDF format via email to endeavour-mse@unimelb.edu.au.
Monday 23 September Judging panel to shortlist projects. Shortlisted projects notified to assist with preparation for the exhibition.
Thursday 24 October Shortlisted teams present their project to the judging panel at their Endeavour project display.
Thursday 24 October Winners announced at the Endeavour Awards Night.