i-ONE Instrument Innovation Competition
Approved by the 2nd steering committee on Feb. 8, 2010
- This guideline indicates the mandated operation principles and procedures of i-ONE Instrument Innovation Competition initiated by Instrument Technology research Center of National Applied Research Laboratories, Taiwan.
- Periodic meetings will be held by the steering committee for the election and renewal of committee members and for the revision and modification over the competition guidelines.
- Contestant Eligibility & Registration
Contestants MUST be students. Contestants are required to register the corresponding groups differentiated by age. Please refer to the following chart,
|Group||Age Eligibility||Registration Fee||Prize|
|Youth||Under 19||1,000||1st Prize: 25,000
2nd Prize: 15,000
3rd Prize: 10,000
Honorable Mention: 5,000
|Amateur||Above 19||2,000||1st Prize: 100,000
2nd Prize: 50,000
3rd Prize: 25,000
Honorable Mention: 10,000
*The registration fee and prize are charged in New Taiwan Dollars.
Age eligibility of contestants is defined upon August 31, 2010. Each contestant has to submit a copy of:
- 1. Student ID
- 2. Local ID or passport
To start registration, first fill out the registration form. Registration is open from May 1 to July 31. The registration will be complete upon our receiving of 1. registration form and 2. registration fee. For overseas contestants, please contact the staff for payment method.
Contestants shall submit a proposal along with any other materials (optional) that help to illustrate the ideas. The proposal submission deadline is August 31, 2010.
For registration and submission, please send to firstname.lastname@example.org or to the post address: i-ONE Instrument Technology Innovation Competition Staff at No. 20, R&D Rd. VI, Hsinchu Science Park, Hsinchu 30076, Taiwan. Any questions shall be direct to the phone at +886-3-577-9911 ext: 105.
Competition selection will be performed in three phases:
Round 1, Registration Eligibility: The staff will examine the eligibility of each contestant based on the eligibility requirements. The list of eligible contestants will be announced on the official website by September 3, 2010.
Round 2, Preliminary Competition: Contestants should submit a proposal elaborating their ideas. The steering committee will review and evaluate the proposal base on its creativity, feasibility, theory, and cost. Proposals approved by the steering committee will be announced on the official website, and the author(s) will be awarded certificates and are qualified to the final competition.
Round 3, Final Competition: Contestants to the final competition should perform in person their proposal presentation or model demonstration on the announced date(s) and place to the steering committee. Foreign contestants can present through video conferences. The committee will interview each group of contestants and elect the top three groups and honorable mentions. Scenarios when no appropriate candidate is to be awarded, the prizes will be left without winners.
The winners of each group, their proposals, presentation and demonstration will be announced on the website and the prize award ceremony.