Future Engineering Prize 2023: Here are the winning projects

Future Engineering Prize 2023: Here are the winning projects

Since 2006, Syntec-Ingénierie has been organizing the Engineering of the Future Prize, which this year celebrates its 17th edition, with 3 key words illustrating the winners: “Sobriety, Sustainability and Responsibility”.

Throughout the 2021-2022 school year, Syntec-Ingénierie invited students, engineers of tomorrow, to work on projects around one main theme: energy efficiency. And in the end two winners, each winning Jury Prize (Consisting of Anne De Cagny – ESTACA, Claire-Marie Chaffin – ESTP, Rémi Leconte – NGen Group, Bertrand Martin-Monier – ERAS, Amélia Tiscornia – SCOPING, Arnaud Pacitti – Ministry of Ecological Transition and Territorial Cohesion, Maureen Vagneron – STEPPES and Cyril Carabot – Syndicate for Renewable Energy) and the audience award.

Jury Prize: carbon capt’

« Do carbon capture that makes sense for Raphaël Masse, Léa Wernette, Juliette Visconti, Julie Kahane, Amelie Sulpice and Elisa Marbeuf, Sup’Biotech students.
your project? « Build an energy and material efficient building block ” Thanks to ” Recycled concrete designed without heating “and can” store CO2« .
This project was born 3 years ago today and the team now wants the proof of concept of ” laboratory work« .

audience award: Oleo’Tech

« Produce an alternative to palm oil for Ryman Yamami, Lucas Facchinetti, Oxane Divaret, Célia Mlynarczyk, Adrien Lautrie Nuez and Armand Bouillon, students at Sup’Biotech.
your project? « Get involved in the responsible diet of tomorrow by replacing palm oil with something else has the same characteristics but is environmentally conscious« .
Your solution is based in fermentation (to transform raw materials into consumable products). These living microorganisms feed on organic waste, accumulating lipids to produce an oil with the same properties as palm oil.« .
Oléo’Tech has already passed the proof-of-concept phase and now wants to produce in larger quantities

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*In addition to Syntec-Ingénierie, this competition is also organized with the Ministry of Ecological Transition and Territorial Cohesion, the Ministry of Economy, Finance and Industrial and Digital Sovereignty, the Ministry of National Education and Youth and Designers of Futures