Awards IRCOBI Europe

Murray Mackay Young Researcher Award for Best Paper

The Murray Mackay Young Researcher Award shall encourage young researchers to make research contributions to the field of crash injury research, biomechanics and vehicle safety. The award consists of a certificate of recognition, a cash award of 1000 EUR as well as complimentary registration at the following year’s conference. Eligible papers will be judged on the basis of advancement of knowledge, the quality of the research and of the written and oral presentations.
Guidelines Murray Mackay Young Researcher Award for Best Paper
Deadline for applications: 1 April

TOYOTA Travel Grants

Sponsored by TOYOTA, the IRCOBI Council offers a grant programme to encourage attendance at and participation in its annual scientific conference by professionals who are beginning their career path and advanced degree candidates (Ph.D., M.D.) who are engaged in research in injury biomechanics, accident investigation, analyses of injury databases, human body modeling, sports or blast injury, epidemiology, integrated safety or in another field with direct implications for injury biomechanics. Individuals who meet the critera, as decided by the IRCOBI Council, will receive a grant of up to 750 EUR and complimentary registration for the full conference (all benefits).
Guidelines Toyota Travel Grants
Deadline for applications: 1 June
Sponsored by TOYOTA

IRCOBI Travel Grants

IRCOBI is delighted to announce additional travel grants to support students and young professionals attending the European conference. A travel grant consists of a cash award of up to 300 EUR to defray travel expenses and complimentary registration at the conference.
Guidelines IRCOBI Travel Grants
Deadline for applications: 1 June

Gundolf Beier Award

The Gundolf Beier Foundation Award is made to a presenting first author and acknowledges innovative research in the areas of accident statistics, accidentology, real life crash testing, occupant safety and active vehicle safety. The award marks work which is likely to have a lasting impact and thus represents a significant advancement for traffic safety. Papers will be judged on the basis of advancement of knowledge, the quality of the research, and of the written and oral presentations. This personal award consists of a certificate of recognition as well as complimentary registration for the first author at the following year’s IRCOBI conference. All relevant full papers are eligible for the award; an application is not necessary.
Information Gundolf Beier Foundation Award