Three awards for students and researchers working in medical engineering are now open for entries.
William James Award – awarded to a PhD student whose PhD research shows the most potential to contribute towards the development and improvement of biomedical engineering.
Dennis Hill Award – awarded to a student on a taught MSc programme who has, during the past year, submitted the best MSc project dissertation in the general field of healthcare technologies and cognate subjects (including biomedical engineering and health informatics).
J A Lodge Award – awarded to an outstanding electronic or electrical engineer working at the early stage of their career in the field of research and development within biomedical engineering.
In addition to valuable publicity, prizes include cash, a certificate and one year’s membership of the Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET). The closing date for each competition is 31st August 2011. Further details are available through the links above.