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Student Prize Selection Criteria

Selection Criteria for the IEEE Student Prize and for the ICPADM-Mat Darveniza IEEE Student Prize

There are 5 criteria for marking theses:

  • Novelty
  • Potential Commercial Value
  • Technical Merit
  • Theoretical Value
  • Thesis Presentation

1. Novelty

The degree of novelty in the implementation of an idea (or ideas) in the student's thesis project will be assessed.

2. Potential Commercial Value

Fitness of the student's thesis project for immediate development and marketing will be assessed.

3. Technical Merit

The thesis project's fundamental value regardless of present commercial potential will attract contest points either as to its system-level significance or as to its physics-level significance.

4. Theoretical Value

The level of theory incorporated into the student's thesis project, together with the significance of theoretical aspects of the project, will be assessed.

5. Thesis Presentation

Excellence in presentation of the thesis itself will be a factor in the accrual of contest points.

 
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