Registration open for EMC’s 2017 Student Competition
The 10-minute presentations from each team, either on site at the conference or via video conference, will take place at the Hilton-Toronto, Markham in Markham, ON on May 31, 2017 at 3:00PM.
Electric Mobility Canada is pleased to announce its Sixth Annual Student Competition open to undergraduate engineering teams from Canadian Universities and Colleges. The competition will be held on site or via video conference.
Teams will be asked to present an electric vehicle (EV) issue to resolve. The issue will have both technical and economic elements related to ‘Smart e-Mobility’ which is the theme of EV2017VÉ to be held May 29-June 1, 2017 in Markham, Ontario. Participants will have up to 10 days to assess the issue, conduct research, and devise action for adoption in Canada. Each team is to prepare a 10-minute presentation of their issue, solution and plan for adoption.
Teams wishing to participate are to register by e-mail as described below by APRIL 14, 2017. Five teams will be selected to participate in this year’s event. All teams will be notified by e-mail of the selected participants by APRIL 21, 2017.
The issue to resolve will be posed to participating teams via conference call and e-mail on MAY 19, 2017 at 12:00PM Eastern Standard Time. Each team’s response will be due on May 30, 2017 at 4:00PM Eastern Standard Time. The response can be either written (Word file) or a combination of written and visual (PowerPoint file using speakers’ notes).
An adjudication panel comprised of EV industry representatives will judge the presentations. The panel expects to address one specific question to each of the participating teams. The adjudication panel will evaluate the presentations, determine the winning team in the competition and provide feedback to the participating teams.
The competition results will be announced as part of the EV2017VÉ Awards Luncheon on May 31, 2017 at noon in Markham, ON. The winning team will receive a FLO charging station to be installed on their campus.
- Minimum of 4 members, all current undergraduates (no maximum)
- One faculty adviser (one only)
- 1 or 2 team members to present the team’s response
- Engineering and Business Administration students may jointly form a team from the university or college (one team per institution)
This competition is open to undergraduate students enrolled during 2017 in a Canadian university or college engineering and business administration program. There is no cost to enter.
Please register by APRIL 14, 2017 by emailing Marie-Andrée Emond from Electric Mobility Canada, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
In your email, please provide:
- Name of the team leader
- Names of all team members as well as the advisor
- Contact email and telephone numbers
- Name of university or college
The 2017 Student Competition is sponsored by: