Sir Frank Whittle, and the Powerjet engineers who worked alongside him, were true pioneers. Their revolutionary work will be remembered forever.
The Whittle Reactionaries Prize aims to stimulate innovative solutions to aerospace propulsion problems – to help uncover the engineers who are contributing to the next great leap.
The winner will receive a medal and £1500 cash (although in exceptional circumstances the prize money may be split between two outstanding projects)
You need to produce an original, technically excellent written paper – no more than 5000 words – in the field of aerospace propulsion. You could write it on your own, or in a team. It could be based on a final year or MSc project, but doesn’t have to be – as long as your work pushes boundaries, you could be a winner. Papers written for other outlets such as conferences and journals are welcomed for consideration and encouraged.
The prize is open to engineers in education (undergraduate or post graduate) or those working in UK industry who graduated in the last three years.
You could win it. To achieve, you have got to believe. Winning can enhance your career in many different ways; see how gaining this accolade has assisted recent winners.
For further details on how you can apply please see the conditions.
Submitting your entry
When you are ready to submit your entry, contact Lisa Meenan: email@example.com.