The Emerging Engineers competition is aimed at student, graduate and trainee technician members and encourages and rewards the communication of civil engineering ideas, research and best practice in projects and design.
Heats take place across the ICE regions, and candidates from across the world are invited to submit synopsis papers with the final selection of three papers for the overall Emerging Engineer Award final in October each year.
2020 was the first time the presentations have taken place via video link and the final can be watched below.
Regional heats are underway
Regional heats for 2021 are currently underway. For those regions that have completed their heats, the winners details are showcased below.
Find out further information including entry dates and local contact details for those still to take place.
Check back here regularly to get up-to-date information on the competition.
2021 regional finalists
Michael Kennedy (Queen’s University Belfast) and Harriet Millar (Design ID) presented well, making the final decision for the judges a difficult one.
Michael presented on ‘An assessment of carbon stocks in coastal wetlands under sea-level rise’, whilst Harriet’s presentation considered ‘Three-dimensional Groundwater Flow Modelling of Cell Bunding for Peatland Restoration at Ballynahone Bog, Northern Ireland.’