Fresh minds cater for fresh innovations in the domains untouched and for the issues unresolved. We invite students with curious minds to explore the possibility of becoming Einstein. School students will be invited to show their interest in engineering by displaying their innovative ideas to address social issues. Evaluation will be on the basis of initiative to select a real world issue and finding a feasible solution, details of the solution and ability to answer the questions of the jury.
POINTS TO BE NOTED BY PARTICIPANTS (GENERAL RULES)
Team size: Maximum of 4 members.
Age of the participant should be <17. Proof for the same shall be submitted.(Bonafide letter from school or birth certificate)
Team members may come from different academic institutions and from different countries. Only the registered members of the team will be given certificates. Mentor names should also accompany the team registration.
Teams are locked along with abstract submission, and no further changes to team membership and mentors can be made after that.
Each Team is solely responsible for its own cooperation and teamwork.
Teams shall present their innovation with working model in front of audience and jury.
The projects can be a software solution or hardware integrated.
WHO CAN APPLY
It is an exciting opportunity for High School and Pre-University Students to showcase their inventions/innovations in a global arena through ‘Junior Einstein Track’. Students with interest and passion towards helping humanity are invited to register themselves for the competition. The first round of the competition is to be held all over the world in the pilots selected on the basis of registration. The winning teams will be called for the final round held during 7th and 8th September @ Stamford International University, Thailand.
The international winners will be announced at the finals held at Stamford University, Thailand. Winners will receive cash awards, certificates and an opportunity to publish their work as a research article in IEEE digital library.
***The projects can be a software solution or hardware integrated.
The Selection Process of the projects that were submitted following the timeline of submission will be carried out with a panel of international Jury based on the following evaluation criteria.
Last Date for Abstract Submission – 15th June 2019
Last Date for Registration as Pilot – 15th May 2019
Intimation of Selected teams – 20th July 2019
Registration for finals – 30th July 2019
Registration closes – 10th July 2019
Finals: 7th and 8th September, 2019
VENUE FOR THE FINALS
Stamford International University, Thailand
AWARDS FOR WINNERS
1st Prize: $1000 2nd Prize: $500
The Preliminary round of the Junior Einstein Track competition for the students will be hosted by the Registered Pilot Institution/Organization after scrutinizing the abstracts submitted through the appropriate link specified above.
The winners of the Preliminary round are eligible to participate in the final competition to be held @ Stamford University, Thailand. The participation certificate will be provided for all the registered candidates from IEEE YESIST12 chair.
The international winners will be announced at the finals held at Stamford University, Thailand during th and 8th September, 2019. Winners will receive cash awards, certificates and an opportunity to publish their work as a research article in IEEE digital library.