Innovation for Nuclear Contest

This contest is to reward innovative ideas focused on nuclear technologies or applications that will contribute to achieving the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals.  It will also provide a visible platform for young employees in the energy industry to consider and create innovative solutions order academic copy essay editing for your highest grade.

How does it work?

I4N aims to be the premier world-wide competition for winners from national or regional nuclear innovation contests. Winners will need to present their idea during IYNC’s Congress to a panel of nuclear experts that will judge the contestants and choose the overall international winner for I4N contest.

During the first annual contest at IYNCWIN18 congress in Bariloche, three teams competed against each other representing innovation contests “FR17 Young Innovator Challenge” (IAEA YGN event), “Spark!” (Franco-British contest) and “Innovatome” (French YGN contest). The professionalism and dynamism of the different contestants made I4N 2018 a great success and it will be certainly be continued.

Tell me more about I4N 2020!

For the second competition at the IYNC Congress in Sydney in 2020, we aim to have more national and regional nuclear innovation contest partners from all around the world.

This means that IYNC will be partnering with existing innovation contests and will be offering them more international visibility.

If you are interested in becoming an innovation contest partner for I4N 2020, please contact i4N@iync.org.

IYNC also looks to help and support other organizations with creating their own innovation contests. In this regard, IYNC is proud to support I4N-AYGN; the first ever nuclear contest to be organized by African Young Generation in Nuclear (AYGN). This contest will be a great opportunity for Africans innovative sustainable solutions for the issues they face. The winners of I4N-AYGN will be entered as contestants in I4N 2020.

If you are interested in creating your own innovation contest, please contact i4N@iync.org.

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