Enter now and present your research topic to an audience of international automobile experts
“Scientific work and research projects need to be transferred into industrial applications. Conferences like the CTI Symposium are the ideal platform to raise the industry’s interest in our scientific achievements”.
This is what last year’s Young Drive Experts Award winner, Marco Denk said. After winning the preliminary round, the researcher beat his two fellow finalists in a live presentation at the CTI Symposium 2016 in Berlin.
Have you recently completed a Bachelor, Master or PhD thesis in Automotive and Mechanical Engineering, Electric/Electronics, Mechatronics, Mobility or Transportation? And did you get a really good grade? If so, why not present your subject to an international audience of industry and scientific experts – and make interesting new contacts at the next CTI Symposium in Berlin?
We welcome all topics that examine solutions and concepts relating to any aspect of automotive transmission & powertrain development and environmental friendliness. The assessment criteria are: innovation, originality, and practical relevance for tomorrow’s sustainable, efficient and cost-effective drive technology.
Don’t miss your chance! Help your research cross the gap from theory to practice and build an international network – and meet the people who drive the industry.
Apply today for the next Young Drive Experts Award at the CTI Symposium 2017 in Berlin. On top of EUR 2000 prize money, you’ll also have the chance to make contacts among the managers of leading automobile companies.
Pecha Kucha: Present your work live on stage at the CTI Symposium – and win EUR 2000 with the applause you get!
Free entry to the Symposium for finalists on both main days
Deadline: 1 November 2017