The CAESES student award goes into a 3rd round 🎉 .
Many students all around the world, from high school to PhD level, are using CAESES to help them reach the targets of their engineering projects. This might include you.
We would like to learn more about what you are working on and give you the opportunity to present your work to a wider audience.
Therefore, we encourage you to send us a report about your project. We will regularly post interesting submissions in our blog, as a part of our new series about the use of CAESES in academia. Furthermore, in the end of 2023, we will select the author of the best article as the winner of the CAESES Student Award 2023.
The winner will
- be recognized on our website and receive a certificate,
- be able to attend our next user conference free of charge (planned for September 2024),
- have the opportunity to select a prize between a selection of electronic gadgets that include a Bluetooth speakerphone, an action camera, a 360 degree camera, and a VR headset.
If you would like to participate and feel that you have interesting material to share, see the details here and submit your work before the end of October 2023.
We are looking forward to hearing from you and about your work 🙂 !
Feel free to contact us if you have any questions.
CAESES Student Award Winner 2020
Erika Ghignoni, a PhD student at the University of Florence, Italy, won the CAESES Student Award 2020 with her submission “Sensitivity Approach for a Turbopump Inducer Geometry“.
CAESES Student Award Winner 2022
Johanna Serr, a Master Student from the University of Hamburg, Germany, won the CAESES Student Award 2022 with her work on “Geometry to Parameter Mapping Based on Neural Networks” in the field of ship hull optimization.
Published Submissions – Past CAESES Student Award Participants
Read more interesting submissions that were selected for publishing in our academic blog here: