The award is open to BSc, MSc and PhD theses written in the field of automotive and mechanical engineering, electric/electronics, mechatronics, mobility and transportation that were completed after 1 November 2016, and which have been graded as ‘excellent’. 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.
One submission per applicant only
* More information about Pecha Kucha presentations, as well as examples, can be found here: www.pechakucha.org
Please note that we will use a short version of Pecha Kucha! Further information about the requirements of the poster and the master slides of the presentation will be provided once the panel has decided on the finalists.
When they read my name out at the CTI Young Drive Experts Award, I could hardly believe it! A few moments later I was up on stage in front of about 1,000 specialists, being honoured for my work. During the Symposium and at the evening event, I got to talk to lots of attendees about my project. Winning the CTI Young Drive Experts Award has confirmed my belief that I’m on the right track. To anyone who has written a student paper or dissertation, all I can say is: enter!
Mark Schudeleit, Research Associate, Institute of Automotive
Engineering, Technische Universität Braunschweig, Germany