The QEPrize seeks nominations from the public that celebrate a wide variety of engineering innovations across all sectors of the profession, and a breadth of nominators from all corners of the globe.
This year marks the 10th anniversary of the awarding of the first QEPrize. Over the past decade, we have honoured 20 eminent engineers whose innovations have affected billions of lives. As we approach this milestone year, we are seeking a diverse range of nominations that truly epitomise excellence in engineering.
Benefits of QEPrize Queen Elizabeth Prize for Engineering
- The £500,000 prize is the world’s most prestigious engineering accolade, awarded to up to ten engineers responsible for a bold, groundbreaking engineering innovation of global benefit to humanity.
Requirements for QEPrize Queen Elizabeth Prize for Engineering Qualification
- The QEPrize is an international award and accepts nominations from anywhere in the world.
- The only limitations are that self-nomination and posthumous nomination are not allowed.
Interview date, Process and Venue for QEPrize Queen Elizabeth Prize for Engineering
The judges will use these criteria to select the winner, or winners, of the Queen Elizabeth Prize for Engineering:
- What is it that this person has done (or up to ten people have done) that is a ground-breaking innovation in engineering?
- In what way has this innovation been of global benefit to humanity?
- Is there anyone else who might claim to have had a pivotal role in this development?
How to Apply
Interested and qualified? Go to https://nominations.qeprize.org/ to apply
Please read the Prize Rules & Conditions before starting your nomination.
- Nominations will be managed online.
- Nominees will receive an email informing them of the nomination.
- Referees will be invited to support the nomination, entering their references on the website.
- Completed, eligible nominations will go forward to the judges.
For more details, visit http://qeprize.org/nominate