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SMBE (SA) Scholarship

Biomedical Engineering Scholarship $1000



The SMBE (SA) Biomedical Engineering Scholarship (announced April 2007) is provided to advance knowledge amongst Biomedical Engineering practitioners in South Australia and Northern Territory. The scholarship is financial support (up to $1000) to attend or present at a biomedical engineering conference or institution.

Recipients

  • The SMBE Biomedical Engineering Scholarship Award for 2012 was awarded to Mr David Hobbs; School of Computer Science, Engineering & Mathematics,
    Flinders University. David presented at The Australian Rehabilitation and Assistive Technology Association (ARATA) conference, 22 - 24th August 2012. His
    presentation was titled "Game on! Accessible gaming for children with disabilities”.

 

$1000
 

SMBE Scholarship information & application form

Applications are continuously sought for this award each year.

Philosophy

The SMBE (SA) Biomedical Engineering Scholarship is provided to advance knowledge amongst Biomedical Engineering practitioners in South Australia and Northern Territory.  

Process

Upon receipt of an application, the application shall be assessed by the council of the SMBE (SA):

The conference/institution be a worthy event/place for a BME practitioner to attend or present at
Attendence by the practitioner contributes to BME knowledge in the state/territory

 

The Award

The award shall comprise financial support (up to $1000) to attend or present at a biomedical engineering conference or institution as selected by the applicant.  

Conditions

Open to all SMBE members from within SA and the NT who have been membersof the SMBE(SA) for at least three years.

Individuals holding position on the council of the SMBE (SA) at the time of judging are ineligible for consideration.

The recipient must

  • Provide an article for the newsletter, reporting on the conference or institution.
  • Make a presentation on the event to the society.
  • Acknowledge the award n any related presentations or written publications.

The award shall normally be offered once per financial year at the discretion of the council.

The SMBE (SA) council reserves the right to not make the award.

 

Application

The Scholarship Application Form should be printed out, signed by the applicant, and should be forwarded to the address indicated with supporting documentation. Please contact Honorary Secretary for further information.

 

 

 
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Updated September 17, 2014