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NAFEMS Student Awards 2005

NAFEMS : 26 November, 2004  (New Product)
Engineering Analysis Association launches student awards scheme
In recognition of the importance of the University Sector to the advancement of Finite Element Modelling and Computational Fluid Dynamics, and to encourage Undergraduate Students to work in these fields, NAFEMS has established three awards for Outstanding Final Year Projects in the following categories:

(a) Most innovative use of either FEM or CFD
(b) Most practical use of either FEM or CFD
(c) Best presented report related to the field of either FEM or CFD

In each of the above categories, one award will be given. Each award will consist of a £500 prize, a medal and a certificate. Eligible are all Final Year Reports which have been finalised before 20 May 2005.

“The academic world is of huge importance in the field of engineering analysis” said Tim Morris, Chief Operating Officer of NAFEMS, “NAFEMS recognises the important contribution that universities make in educating the simulation users of tomorrow and inspiring those who study engineering to pursue a career which uses the technology. We want to encourage students to push the boundaries of these techniques through innovative applications and practical useage, and we feel that NAFEMS and the industry as a whole has a responsibility to recognise and reward the achievements made in the academic world”
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