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Salva I Campillo Awards in the telecommunications field

For the first time the Salva I Campillo Awards - named after the famous Catalan scientist - are open to anyone living and working in Europe.

Now in their fifth year, the awards, organised by the Association of Catalan Telecommunications Engineers (ACET), aim to recognise dist...
For the first time the Salva I Campillo Awards - named after the famous Catalan scientist - are open to anyone living and working in Europe.

Now in their fifth year, the awards, organised by the Association of Catalan Telecommunications Engineers (ACET), aim to recognise distinguished careers, research and development projects, and new business developments in the telecommunications industry.

Nominations are now being accepted for the 1999 awards (deadline 1 December 1999), and prizes will be awarded at a ceremony in Barcelona on 9 March 2000.

There are six categories:
- Telecom Europe
- Telecom Spain (restricted entry)
- Most original project
- Most outstanding research project
- Engineer of the year (restricted entry)
- Most promising newcomer to engineering.

Assistant organiser Nieves Ribera said: 'By opening up the awards to all Europe we hope to strengthen relations between countries, as well as recognising professional excellence.'

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Countries

  • Spain
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