Please register through EventBrite to before your conference attendance. Submissions that are not registered will not be judged. 

Teams can be up to 2 members.

Plagiarism is not tolerated and any teams with plagiarized work will be disqualified. 

Five finalists will be selected and present on Day 2 of the conference. 

UPDATE 3/11: SUBMISSION DEADLINE HAS BEEN EXTENDED! Submissions are due on March 19, 2021 at 11:45PM. Please note the time.  

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Prompt: Identify an environmental problem in your community and develop an engineering prototype.


Your submission must include the following:

  1. Written submission
  2. Prototype (attach files, images, videos if applicable)

PDF Submission is also allowed. Download the template here

Written Submission:

Background Information:

Team Member 1 Name
Team Member 1 High School, City
Team Member 1 Email

Team Member 2 Name
Team Member 2 High School, City
Team Member 2 Email

Project Information:

Project title
Brief explanation of your community's problem (~150 words)
Detailed explanation of your proposed solution and project progress (~300 words)
How your solution is unique from exisitng solutions (~150 words)
List any necessary tools, hardware, software