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AMA Innovation Award 2020
AMA Innovation Award 2020

Applications for the AMA Innovation Award 2020 are open now.
Jury Chairman Andreas Schütze from the Saarland University stated, “The AMA Innovation Award offers innovative minds from all over the globe the opportunity to present their development to an international audience of trade professionals.”
The AMA Innovation Award seeks to award innovative, market relevant projects and development solutions in the field of sensors. The prize is 10.000 euros and it will be directly awarded to the developers and not their respective institutions or enterprises. 
The deadline for submissions is 29 January 2020. The winners will be announced at the opening ceremony of the Sensors and Measurement Science International 2020. 

Young Enterprises Award

The special Young Enterprises Award targets enterprises with less than five years of activity, less than 50 employees, and an annual turnover of less than ten million euros. The winners of this award will be announced at the AMA Press Conference on 12 March 2020 and will subsequently be endowed a free trade-fair stand at the SENSORS+TEST 2020

Posted on October 31, 2019 - (250 views)
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