ACI International: Giatec Award for Best Paper

July 31, 2020 to July 31, 2020
Starting Time: 8 am EST
End Time: 8 pm EST

Giatec Award for Best Paper
Ottawa , ON Canada
Sponsor(s): Giatec Scientific Inc.

Description:
Giatec Scientific Inc. has launched an annual research paper contest. The winner will receive a award of $1000. The Giatec Award for Best Paper is open to civil-engineering professors, students (undergraduate and graduate), and researchers across Canada and the U.S. Interested individuals can submit either an expository paper or a previously published article that relates to one of the following topics:

Non-destructive testing (NDT) technologies for concrete; Concrete durability and sustainability; Concrete testing technology, including; thermocouples, sensors, and probes; Wireless concrete testing; Rebar corrosion of concrete; and Electrical resistivity of concrete; and Novel cement-based materials

Eligibility Criteria:
Articles must be written in English; Articles must be a minimum of 1000 words in length; Articles must cover one of the topics listed above; Previously published articles must have been published in 2019; Articles must be submitted by July 31, 2020

For additional on-line info, click on the link below: Online Submission System

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