GNB (NATIONAl association for bioengineering research) awards prize for outstanding undergraduate and phd theses: GNB president MARIA CHIARA CARROZZA announces annual competition for original contribution to research
Professor Maria Chiara Carrozza, president of GNB, the National Association for Bioengineering Research, announced the GNB Awards for Best Thesis 2018. GNB is pleased to award annual prizes for the best undergraduate and doctoral theses in Bioengineering. These prizes have promoted outstanding work of new scholars over the years. 23 theses (13 undergraduate and 10 doctoral theses) in Bioinformatics, Medical Informatics and Clinical Engineering; Physiological system modelling; Biomechanics, rehabilitation & assistive technologies, prosthetics; Biomaterials, Cell & Tissue Engineering; Biomedical Signal Processing and Imaging; Neural Engineering; Biorobotics and Micro and Nano-technologies will be eligible for the competition.
Funding to 21 awards will be managed through the GNB, 2 prizes for 1 Undergraduate Thesis and 1PhD Thesis to recognize outstanding achievements in assistive technologies will be funded by the Biorobotics Institute of Sant’Anna School.
Applications should be submitted no later than Saturday, July 14, 2018.
All individuals who graduated under the D.M 509/99 and D.M. 270/04 in Engineering, Mathematics, and Physics and individuals who earned their degrees over July 2017- June 2018 period are eligible to apply.
The winners will be announced at the “XXXVII Scuola Annuale del Gruppo Nazionale di Bioingegneria” in Bressanone, on September 12, 2018.
For general information on required qualifications for awards 2018 recipients, refer to the GNB website.
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