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Q: Are there any specific methods to carry out the competing subject?

A: There is no specific restriction as long as the idea addresses to problem solutions related to instrument technology and is highly realizable in practical situation.


Q: Can the improvement or refinement of experimental instruments be taken as the exploitation of instrument?

A: Yes.


Q: Is there a standard template of proposal?

A: Yes, please refer to the event website. You can find the proposal template from the "registration" sidebar.


Q: Do I need to submit a real model?

A: If possible, a real model can help the judges to understand more about your idea. If it is however rarely possible to make a real model, you may provide any additional materials that can help to illustrate your idea.


Q: How to submit the proposal or model?

A: You can send it via email to i-one@narlabs.org.tw or via post to 20, R&D Rd. VI, Hsinchu Science Park, 30076 Hsinchu, Taiwan (NARLabs i-ONE Instrument Innovation Competition)


Q: Can I submit more than 1 subject to the competition?

A: Yes.


Q: If I submit more than 1 subject to the competition, how is it charged for registration?

A: Each registration grants the submission of only one subject. If you intend to submit more than 1 subject, you should register for each subject separately.


Q: Does the representative in the registration form indicate any different status or meaning?

A: Each team member is equal. The representative is the contact person of your team.


Q: In what way will the competing subject to be judged?

A: The subjects will be judged based on its creativity, correctness of theory, and if it is realizable in practical terms.


Q: By the time of registration I am still a student, but when time comes to the preliminary and final competition I will be graduated from school. Am I eligible to the competition?

A: Yes, the student identity is recognized upon the date of registration.