Encouraging the Next Generation of Engineers to Innovate
The Student Design Competition was formed 2019 as part of Subsea Tieback Forum & Exhibition (SSTB) to challenge the next generation of engineers to push their innovation and creativity as they compete for the best design while gaining practice and practical experience in presentation their ideas/solutions.
Due to COVID-19 rescheduling of the event date, we will resume the competition at the 2022 event. This year engineering students from different universities are invited to participate in the Subsea Tieback Student Experience, a one-day career development program that will expose students to real world subsea industry issues and they will have the opportunity to visit with industry subject matter experts.
Student must be enrolled in any accredited university with a 2–4-year engineering program.
Open to all graduate and undergraduate engineering students across any discipline. Student must be an active participant and able to attend the entire program agenda.
Student will be required to submit 500-word summary about their experience and learnings from the Student Experience to be eligible for travel stipend and the opportunity to apply to the 2022 Student Design Competition in March 2022. .
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2019 Design Competition Scholarship Winners
Joe Jared, Adithyaa Karthikeyan and Karan Tiwari
Texas A&M University
Two Wells and One Flowline: Two Wells That Won’t Play Nice
Yunjia Wang and Samuel Sun
Texas A&M University
Marine Growth and Calcareous Deposits: Prevention and Mitigation
Free conference registration to Subsea Tieback Forum
Attend Lunch & Learn with Subsea Engineering Professionals
Opportunity to network and ask career development questions
Learn about leading industry challenges and new technologies
Make key industry contacts
*Under this program, the Subsea Tieback Foundation will provide a travel stipend or mileage reimbursement to students to partially offset costs associated with travel to Moody Gardens Convention Center in Galveston, Texas.