Friday, February 22, 2013

University Publication Award 2013: Accepting Papers

To acknowledge the importance of universities in facilitating the exchange of ideas, we launched the CST University Publication Award in 2003. The award recognizes the importance of university publications and research and commends the submissions for demonstrating the practical applications of simulation.  
 

The award has grown significantly since its launch, but our selection process has remained relatively consistent. Chosen papers must be authored or co-authored by academic researchers, must have been published either in scientific journals or in conference proceedings, and most importantly, papers must have used numerical results that were entirely, or in part, obtained using CST software. We evaluate the submitted papers on a number of criteria, including:

  • originality of the application and/or theory,
  • clarity of the presentation,
  • skilful use of the CST software features.

We’re now in the process of collecting all our submissions for the University Publication Award 2013 – we are accepting papers until March 31, 2013. Although the deadline is near, you still have time to send us your papers - your respective university could be awarded with an upgraded license valid for one year.

For a snapshot of winning papers, the following were selected to receive the CST University Publication Award 2012:
Short papers:
 
Alongside this initiative, we also offer special educational and research licenses, as well as student-friendly classroom versions of our simulation tools, providing teachers and lecturers with cutting-edge modeling and representational tools. A decade after beginning the University Publication Award, we’re glad that our close relationships with universities around the world continue.

Submission Guidelines
Universities are invited to apply for this award by sending contributions published between April 1st 2012 and March 31st 2013 in electronic format to events(at)cst.com, stating the place of publication. Papers should be submitted in English.  

If you would like further information regarding our special university conditions, please contact CST.
 

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