Join aerospace professionals around the globe in creatively solving problems in the Summer 2017 edition of the EAP University Grant Competition. Full-time undergraduate and graduate students are invited to demonstrate their problem solving and creative skills using AGI software. Applicants will use STK and select modules to develop a solution for a real-world problem of their design in one of three categories:
Entrants use STK to create and deliver problem solutions with a space-mission focus. This includes but is not limited to: space situational awareness, space exploration and space mission design and operations. Example: NASA Journey to Mars 2033
Entrants use STK to create and deliver problem solutions focused on issues in the land, air and sea domains. This can include but is not limited to UAV and aircraft missions; situational awareness; electronic systems; and battlespace management and operations. Example: NASA UAS in the NAS
- Entrants use their creativity to use STK to solve a unique problem set. Entrants are encouraged to integrate STK with additional tools to demonstrate the analytical value of integrated multiple tools to reach an analytical solution.
Funding! Winners in each of three categories will receive a $500 grant award and second-place winners will receive $200
Resume building! All accepted entrants will need to utilize skills also required to pass the STK Master’s Certification test. Employers aggressively seek STK certified engineers.
Exposure! Winners will receive an invitation to present their AGI solution to AGI users and potential future colleagues at an AGI Webinar.
Summer 2017 Grant Applications
Register for the EAP University Grant
To be eligible for this contest you must be a currently enrolled undergraduate or postgraduate student at a fully-accredited college or university. If you are a part time student but still want to enter, we can consider this as an exception. Explain this with your application and we will contact you either way.
Individuals majoring in Aerospace/Aeronautical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering and/or Computer Science are the most likely candidates, however, individuals from all majors and disciplines will be considered.
No minimum SAT/ACT or GPA required.
Each application will be reviewed under the competition it was submitted under, and only applications that are successfully submitted by the established deadline will be reviewed. Applicants will receive a competition license and submission instructions once accepted into the grant program.
Question and Answer Webinar for Applicants
The AGI team will host a Q&A webinar on May 15th
, 2017 at 2 pm Eastern time.
Timeline for EAP University Grant – Summer 2017 Competition
Deadline for Transmittal of Applications:
Deadline for Final Entry Submission: