Step into a decade of unparalleled innovation and vision in the realm of Computer-Aided Design (CAD) with the CAD Innovator of the Decade Award. This prestigious accolade celebrates a visionary individual who, over the past ten years, has made transformative contributions, setting new standards and pushing the boundaries of what is possible in CAD.
The CAD Innovator of the Decade Award is open to CAD professionals, designers, and engineers worldwide who have demonstrated consistent and outstanding innovation in the field of CAD over the past ten years.
No age restrictions apply. This award is open to individuals at any stage of their career, encouraging inclusivity and recognizing contributions across all professional levels.
Open to individuals with a proven track record of sustained innovation and excellence in CAD, showcasing a decade-long commitment to advancing the field.
Publications and Requirements:
Applicants should submit a comprehensive portfolio highlighting their CAD innovations over the past ten years, including publications, projects, and relevant documents that illustrate the impact of their work.
Entries will be evaluated based on the depth and consistency of innovation, transformative impact on CAD, and the overall contribution to advancing the field over the past decade.
Submit a comprehensive portfolio, including a biography, abstract, supporting files, and relevant documents that showcase a decade of innovation in CAD.
The CAD Innovator of the Decade will receive public recognition, a distinguished trophy, and the opportunity to share their insights at key industry events.
This award aims to recognize an individual whose innovations have not only transformed CAD but have also inspired and influenced the broader CAD community, leaving a lasting impact.
Provide a brief biography outlining the innovator’s professional journey, achievements, and their decade-long role in advancing CAD.
Abstract and Supporting Files:
Include a concise abstract summarizing the innovator’s decade of contributions and supporting files that demonstrate the significance and impact of their CAD innovations.