The EIPBN Micrograph web site is sponsored by Zyvex Labs.
EIPBN Micrograph Contest
Lifetime Achievement Award Presented to Frans Holthuysen at MNE 2013.
Micrograph Winners from Previous Years
How to Enter | RULES
Back to EIPBN Home Page
Back by popular demand! The EIPBN Bizarre and Beautiful MicroGraph Contest. Awards are given in 6 categories. The winning micrographs will published in the conference Web Pages.
The fields of research covered by this conference have been at the forefront of the drive to develope technology to make smaller and smaller structures. We have ventured into size regimes where we are often dependent on microscopes and the skill of microscopists to see the results of our work (and often what went wrong). To highlight the importance of micrographs to the field, the conference is holding a micrograph contest . The entries will be judged both from the technological and artistic standpoint.
A panel of judges will disqualify any entry that it believes has not conformed to the rules and will select the winners. Awards will be announced at the Thursday Night Banquet. There are six categories:
Now accepting Video Entries!!
ALL ENTRIES MUST BE IN ELECTRONIC FORM.
There are now 4 simple steps to fame and fortune:
1 - Read the rules.
2 - Select your favorite micrograph/video(s). [ You can enter as many times as you like.]
3 - For each Micrograph: download the powerpoint template and entry form, paste in your micrograph/video and fill out the template and fill out the entry form.
4 - NEW: Use the notes section below the slide to provide more details of the MictoGraph.
5 - EMail the micrograph/videos(s) and entry form(s) to firstname.lastname@example.org .
a) Entries should be submitted by May 25. We will do our best to accept late entries at the Conference.
b) Contestants must be registered conference attendees.
c) Micrographs, videos, and entry forms must be submitted in electronic form. We prefer the micrograph on the power point template, but will accept JPEG or MPEG files.
d) Micrograph entries must be of a single image taken with a microscope and may not be significantly altered.
e) Videos must be of a microscopic subject. Animations (of a microscopic subject) will be accepted. Videos must be 30 seconds or less.
f) There is no restriction with respect to the subject matter.
g) Electron and ion micrographs must be black and white.
h) Contestants must submit a completed Entry Form.
Download Here: Entry-form (Word doc) - AND - MicroGraph Template (Powerpoint slide)
The image below is an example of how a template could be filled out.
Back to Top
Any questions? Email John Randall email@example.com
Phone 972 792 1648
Back to EIPBN Home Page --- Back to Top of uGraph Section