Calling upon innovators of tomorrow.
Dare to change the world with your brilliant engineering ideas and make a difference?
Not just ‘yet another’ technology competition. It’s a celebration of the joy of engineering!
QuEST Ingenium UK is the largest tech contest in the field of engineering solutions to empower every student to achieve their truest potential. Realize your engineering passion with us to build something that matters to you, to innovate for the future, to shape the world, to join the future workforce, and to make a difference. It is a wholesome engineering experience for both the industry experience and academia.
Join QuEST Ingenium UK, today.
Why should you participate
The past is beyond change, the future is what belongs to us.
Every year, engineering students from around the country participate to build highly innovative, inspiring and practical tech projects that are bound to make a difference. Wooing industry experts, meeting future hiring maestros, and networking with the innovators of tomorrow, just some quick facts on why you should be here.
QuEST Ingenium UK salutes those with a vision with matching passion to do something different. It is a career launching program for the most promising minds to pave the path for a better, safer, and smarter world.
An innovation opportunity that transcends barriers, engineering fields, study areas.
Harness existing technologies like artificial intelligence, cognitive sciences, and digital automation Instrumental to solve future challenges
Motivate like-minded tech enthusiasts in tackling some of the world’s biggest social, technical, environmental, and healthcare challenges
- “Smart Home Embedded Systems” by Elijah Gould, University of Kent (Domain – Embedded Systems)
- “Assessment of the Leap Motion Controller and MXR to Promote the Development of Psychomotor Skills” by Amogh Magdum, University of Birmingham (Domain – Healthcare)
- “Research and Development of Polymeric Icephobic Nanocomposites” by Halar Memon, University of Nottingham (Domain – Aerospace)
Selection Process –
How to participate
QuEST Ingenium UK is looking for passionate, innovative and creative tech solutions from engineering students with a purpose to improve the way the world moves. If you have been envisaging a solution which has the power to shape the way we live, work, play, and commute, this is the right competition for you.
There are three stages of review:
Stage 1 – Project Submission
Each project abstract and report is reviewed by a panel after qualifying the plagiarism check. Then, based on the quality of work presented in the report (and other submitted artifacts), Top 50 projects will be selected.
Stage 2 – Project & Video Review
Top 50 projects are further reviewed by the panel along with the final draft of the video provided by the participating students (on the guidelines mentioned) and if required telephonic discussion is conducted to select top projects for the Finale.
Stage 3 – Finale
In the grand finale, each participant has to make a presentation after their video is played to the panel followed by a Q&A session. Based on the presentation, video and overall technical contents, the top 3 projects are selected by the review panel.
NB: Winners from each region participate at the final Global event that will be held at India
Get a Chance to Win
- Mentorship from Industry experts
- Network with Global Student Fraternity
- Showcase your idea to a global crowd
- Travel to a foreign location
- Cash Prizes to help your project
£1000 + all-expense paid trip to India
(to participate in global Ingenium competition)
Closing date for project submissions: 26th June, 2020
- 13th July 2020: Top 10 finalists announced
- 25th September 2020: 10 finalists to attend all-day Ingenium event
- 25th September 2020: Winner Announcement & Finale
Event Location: Radisson Blu Hotel – East Midlands Airport, Derby, United Kingdom
Submit your project
The competition is open to all students pursuing an engineering degree in the UK. All you need is passion for engineering and creativity that reflects in your project. Students graduating in the year 2020-2021 are encouraged to participate with no restriction in terms of engineering disciplines.