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Young Engineers Best Paper Award

Purpose of the Award.

The purpose of this award is to increase motivation and contribution to research and development in agricultural engineering by young engineers.  

Paper Topic

The EurAgEng YOUNG ENGINEER’S BEST PAPER AWARD  is based on the content of papers describing the development of innovative products or any technical subject applicable to the solution of a problem in mechanisation or engineering applied to an agricultural, food, or biological system.

Process:

This is very easy for the Young Engineer. The On-Line Abstract Submission includes a tick box as below

 □ Young Engineer’s Best Paper: must be < 35 years, first author and giving an oral presentation

The Young Engineer;

  • must be the first author,
  • must attend the conference and
  • must give the paper as an oral presentation.

The “tickbox” will highlight potential papers from the submitted abstracts. The Conference Organiser will produce a list of relevant abstracts for the lead judge who will chose a manageable number, 10-15, from the best ranking abstracts.

The corresponding full papers, representing the 10-15 selected abstracts, will be requested from the Conference Organizer who will forward these 10-15 full papers when they are received. The judges will select  the winner.  There will be no reserve; if the Selected Awardees does not meet all criteria they will be eliminated.

Nature of the Award

A Plaque and certificates for the Young Engineer and each of the authors.

If you meet the criteria REMEMBER TO TICK THE BOX “Young Engineer’s Best Paper” when submitting your abstract.


CIGR AgEng2016 Aarhus

The winners of the Young Engineers' Best Paper Award were Elena Sanchis (Universitat Politècnica de València, Institute of Animal Science and Technology. Camino de Vera, s/n. 46022 Valencia, Spain), Salvador Calvet (Universitat Politècnica de València, Institute of Animal Science and Technology. Camino de Vera, s/n. 46022 Valencia, Spain), Elena Galán (Basque Centre For Climate Change (BC3), Alameda Urquijo, 4, 4°-1a/48008 Bilbao, Spain), Agustín del Prado (Basque Centre For Climate Change (BC3), Alameda Urquijo, 4, 4°-1a/48008 Bilbao, Spain),Fernando Estellés Barber (Universitat Politècnica de València, Institute of Animal Science and Technology. Camino de Vera, s/n. 46022 Valencia, Spain) with their paper entitled Meta-analysis of environmental effects on gaseous emissions from dairy cattle houses.