Registration deadline: Wednesday 19 July 2017
Secondary school, undergraduate and graduate students
For more information on competition eligibility and rules, please refer to the website.
Developed by the University of Bristol, Introducing and Demonstrating Earthquake Engineering Research in Schools (IDEERS) is a shaking table competition with an aim to communicate the challenge and excitement of earthquake engineering research to young people. Each participating team is required to construct a small-scale model of a building that can withstand the simulated earthquakes generated by a shaking table.
Since 2001, this programme has attracted hundreds of Taiwanese and international secondary, university and graduate students each year in Taiwan.
IDEERS 2017 is supported by the British Council in Taiwan and the University of Bristol, and jointly organised by the National Applied Research Laboratories (NARL), the National Centre for Research on Earthquake Engineering (NCREE), and the National Science and Technology Centre for Disaster Reduction (NCDR) in Taiwan. The competition and conference will be held in Taiwan.
All international participants will have the opportunity to visit the 921 Earthquake Museum of Taiwan, in the geographical centre of Taiwan. And, a five night accommodation (including breakfast) and all local transport (excluding the return transport to Taoyuan International Airport) will be covered by the organiser for the period of 19-23 September 2017.
How to apply
For more information about the competition and how you to apply, please visit the website.