The contestants will be judged by 3 major criteria.
The proposed ideas/projects will be graded according to the degree of creativity and innovation including their novelty. The ideas which are similar to the existing and well-known approaches will be graded low. High grade will be given for innovative ideas, which are still rare, not well known.
– Impact on society & economics & sustainable development & environment
The proposed ideas/projects will be graded according to the level of positive impact on and importance to society & economics & sustainable development & environment.
– Feasibility & Practicability & Correctness
The proposed ideas/projects must be feasible for both technical and economic aspects. They must be backed up by correct data, e.g. state-of-the-art technology, in-reach innovation and systematic analysis and synthesis. The ideas which are far beyond reality or backed up with wrong data will be graded low. High grade will be given for ideas which demonstrate the high possibility of real implementation and are backed up by correct data.
** The final details on the mark allocation for each criterion will be finalized by the judge committee.