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PRIZES AND AWARDS

The papers accepted for the XXV CBEB can compete for the following prizes and awards:

  • Young Researcher Award
  • Cândido Pinto de Melo Award
  • Scientific Initiation Award


Young Researcher Award
The Brazilian Society of Biomedical Engineering (SBEB) established the Young Researcher Award in order to encourage new researchers in the field of Biomedical Engineering, making our public recognition to their work.

Rules and Regulation
The Young Researcher Award is open to researchers that submit full papers as first author, and have obtained doctorate in the past 5 years.
In order to apply for the Award, the applicant must indicate his choice in the appropriate field on the submission system.
Each investigator should submit only one work for the contest.
The Award will be defined by the Scientific Committee in conjunction with the Organizing Committee of the CBEB and the Board of the Brazilian Society of Biomedical Engineering.
The finalists of the Young Investigator Award will be announced during the event and they will participate in an oral section for defense of the submitted work. The presentation time for each paper is 15 minutes. We recommend 10 minutes for presentation and 5 minutes for questions from the audience. The maximum time allowed for presentation is 12 minutes and in this case the time for questions will be reduced to 3 minutes.


Cândido Pinto de Melo Award
The Brazilian Society of Biomedical Engineering established in 2002 the Cândido Pinto de Melo Award, with the aim to honor the memory of Cândido, a pioneer in Biomedical Engineering in Brazil, founder of the Brazilian Society of Biomedical Engineering, its first President, who left us in 2002.

Rules and Regulation
The Cândido Pinto de Melo Award is open to students enrolled in postgraduate and undergraduate programs, who submitted papers as first author, aged 35 years or younger.
In order to apply for the Award, the candidate must indicate his choice in the appropriate field on the submission system.
Each student should submit only one paper to the contest.
The Award will be defined by the Scientific Committee in conjunction with the Organizing Committee of the CBEB and the Board of the Brazilian Society of Biomedical Engineering.
The finalists of the Cândido Pinto de Melo Award will be announced during the event and they will participate in an oral section for the defense of their work. The presentation time for each paper is 15 minutes. We recommend 10 minutes for presentation and 5 minutes for questions from the audience. The maximum time allowed for presentation is 12 minutes and in this case the time for questions will be reduced to 3 minutes.


Scientific Initiation Award
The Brazilian Society of Biomedical Engineering established in 2010 the Scientific Initiation Award, aiming to encourage undergraduate students working in areas related to Biomedical Engineering.

Rules and Regulation
The competition for the Scientific Initiation Award is open to students enrolled in undergraduate program, who submitted papers as first author. The student must have a properly registered scientific research, which will be verified through his CV Lattes.
In order to apply for the Award, the candidate must indicate his choice in the appropriate field on the submission system.
Each student should submit only one paper to the contest.
The Award will be defined by the Scientific Committee in conjunction with the Organizing Committee of the CBEB and the Board of the Brazilian Society of Biomedical Engineering.

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