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To apply for the travel award you must: Find out more and apply Applications for have now closed.
They will open again on 7 January until 18 March How are the winners chosen? Your entry will be assessed on the following: The quality of your application How much the experience will benefit you The aims and merit of the project or activity How the project or activity will benefit others and ICE The amount of financial support required The length of time spent overseas The relevance of the project and activity to civil engineering If you're selected for an award, you'll need to send us a report of around 1, words on your experiences, within a month of returning from your trip.
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Malawi has very limited access to energy and the majority of the country is off-grid. The projects aim was to construct turbines to produce energy so that the locals did not have to burn paraffin to power their homes.
My favourite aspect of the project was the challenge of working somewhere with limited resources, limited access to energy and no guarantee of being able to source the necessary components.
The scholarship provided by the ICE allowed me the opportunity to meet people and work on projects which have impacted me personally.
My involvement in these projects has changed the direction of where I see my civil engineering career going and is an experience that every young engineer should go through.
Course leaders play a big part in this prize as they put forward potential winners. The prize takes into account: Talent in engineering design Strong examination performance Can I be nominated?GCSE Science Revision: GCSE Videos These videos cover the older outgoing GCSE Science spec which has final exams in These videos are aimed at the AQA spec but there is a lot of cross-over with other exam boards such as Edexcel.
This site houses resources which have been generously donated by practising teachers who are members of 2 Yahoo groups called 'mflresources'& 'primarymflresources' [mfl=modern foreign languages] and who want to 'share the workload'. The Module Directory provides information on all taught modules offered by Queen Mary during the academic year The modules are listed alphabetically, and you can search and sort the list by title, key words, academic school, module code and/or semester.
Application Development: ALICE - The ALICE (Advanced Large-Scale Integrated Computational Environment) MEMORY "SNOOPER" (AMS) is an application programming interface (API) designed to help in writing computational steering, monitoring and debugging tools.
The AMS API is a client/server, multithreaded API. It also supports parallel applications using MPI. Ever wondered what it must be like to stand on the starting grid at the Monaco Grand Prix?
Do you think you could design the fastest car on the grid? Ever wanted to be part of the pitcrew for Sebastien Vettel or Lewis Hamilton?
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