SMPTE Student Paper Award

SMPTE Student Paper Award

 

It is the purpose of this award to recognize the outstanding paper prepared and submitted by a Student Member. The paper receiving the Student Paper Award will be published in the SMPTE Motion Imaging Journal, giving recognition to the author and the institution at which the work was done. The Award winner will also receive a full conference registration to the SMPTE 2017 Technical Conference & Exhibition in Hollywood, CA, where they will be recognized at the Honors and Awards Ceremony.

Application Requirements

 

 

 

  1. Applicants must be current SMPTE Student Members. Student Membership is available for $10 per year. Join Now. Applicants may also apply to receive a complimentary first year of membership through the SMPTE Student Membership Challenge.

     

  2. The paper must deal with some technical phase of motion pictures, television, photographic instrumentation, or their closely allied arts and sciences. To aid the Student Member as to whether the subject matter and significance of the paper might be acceptable for review by the SMPTE Journal Award Committee, the Faculty Adviser (if the Student is a member of the Student Chapter) should be consulted. See Dr. Carbonara for more details.
 

 

The style and format shall be similar to that for papers published in the SMPTE Motion Imaging Journal. It should not exceed 3,000 words in length. Papers will be evaluated on:

 

  • Technical merit

     

  • Originality

     

  • Presentation

These criteria will be used to evaluate the author’s understanding of the subject, contribution to the information or literature, and ability to organize and present material clearly.

 

Application Procedure

 

All submitted papers must have the following information on the title page:

 

  1. Title of paper

     

  2. Applicant’s name

     

  3. Applicant’s address, phone number, and email Address

     

  4. Name of school

     

  5. Faculty member’s or academic adviser’s name and signature
 

 

All submissions must be accompanied by a copy of a current Baylor University Student ID card.

 

Please submit your paper to:

 

Sally-Ann D'Amato via email

 

OR in hard copy to:

 

Society of Motion Picture and Television Engineers

Attn: Sally-Ann D'Amato

3 Barker Avenue

White Plains, New York 10601 USA

 

Telephone: 914-205-2375

 

The 2017 paper submission process is now over. For more information go to the website https://www.smpte.org/2020-membership-student-membership-challenge