The Hydrogen Education Foundation has announced the The 2010 Hydrogen Student Design Contest . This will challenge university-level students to plan and design the basic elements of a hydrogen community in Southern California.
The theme of the contest is :
“Designing a Hydrogen community. the Contest showcases the talents of students in many disciplines, including engineering, architecture, marketing, and entrepreneurship”.
Any university team from around the world can participate at no cost.
Team members must be enrolled in a college or university at the time of the Contest but do not have to be enrolled full-time.
The recommended team size is 8-10 students. However, teams with fewer or greater members are permitted.
Given the multi-disciplinary nature of the competition, teams are encouraged to include members from any field of study relevant to the team’s design.
Common disciplines include: engineering, architecture/planning, industrial design, economics, business, environmental science, policy, chemistry, marketing, and education.
The Grand Prize winning team is invited to present their design to experts in a keynote session of the National Hydrogen Association’s annual conference.
Honorable Mention prize winners are also invited to present their designs in the poster presentations component of the conference. Cash prizes and awards are presented to the winning teams.
January 22, 2010
March 24, 2010
April 7, 2010
The Contest is open to current college and university undergraduate and graduate students in the U.S. or abroad
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