2021全球仿生設計競賽~台灣海選

2021全球仿生設計競賽~台灣海選已於2021年1月啟動!搭配年度全球仿生設計競賽,台灣仿生科技發展協會舉辦台灣區海選、輔導大專以上團隊參與世界賽,至2020年已連續舉辦六年,至今累計來自全台近180 個大專院校科系團隊、超過650 位參與者。台灣為全球競賽的區域合作夥伴,仿生總會持續在國際平台宣傳台灣海選,參與台灣海選競賽成為参與全球仿生設計競賽的主要途徑,使得「全球仿生設計競賽~台灣海選」在國際間更具代表性與重要性!

指導單位:科技部
主辦單位:台灣經濟研究院生物科技產業研究中心、台灣仿生科技發展協會
協辦單位:新北市政府農業局、交通局、環保局、秘書處
競賽聯絡人:台灣仿生科技發展協會秘書長 江佳純  Tel: 02-25865000 ext.526 / 0933-625758/ julia.chiang@tier.org.tw
參賽資格:2人以上、8人以下團隊,大專院校、研究所以上學生、社會專業人士可組隊參加

活動日期:
1. 報名與作品上傳:即日起至2021年5月16日(日) 晚上11:59截止
2. 決賽問答:2021年6月7-11日(擇一日),進入決賽者進行團隊簡報提問
3. 成績公佈:2021年6月決賽後公佈於協會官網
4. 仿生共學咖啡館:2021年6月 (與決賽簡報日同日)

參賽與競賽獎勵:
1. 自2020年開始,參與台灣海選競賽為参與全球仿生設計競賽的主要途徑
2. 作品進入台灣海選決選之團隊皆可參與「仿生共學咖啡館」活動,接收最新仿生設計資訊,並由專家輔導團協助作品進行優化,以利進入世界賽。
3. 依評審團決定頒發優勝獎狀
4. 台灣海選前三名獎金分別為新台幣参萬元、貳萬元、壹萬元
5. 台灣海選特選子題獎金依最新公告為主
6. 台灣海選前10名團隊豁免世界賽參賽費用
(請詳官網https://www.biomimicrytaiwan.org 最新公告)

競賽主題與特選子題:
主題:提出能符合聯合國永續發展目標(SDGs)的仿生創新方案 (產品、服務或系統),符合之目標不限一項,方案須融合仿生學3要素的內涵。

SDGsBiomimicry 3 elements

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

特選子題:提出一項能 (1)符合主題明訂之聯合國永續發展目標(SDGs) 且 (2) 符合子題需求 且 (3)符合仿生概念的創新方案 (產品、服務或系統)

特選子題獎項

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

*主辦單位保留調整獎項獎金分配方式之權利。

題目影片大補帖:
(1) 🦉科技部社會需求解題高手(擇一)
A. 海洋廢棄物回收利用開發或加值設計 https://youtu.be/1_0aK3bz-NU
B. 海洋永續生產與消費的模式 https://youtu.be/7LjyuBB1ElU
(2)🚌新北市蛻變交通獎 https://youtu.be/GvrxAp2FcNg
(3)🐟新北市清淨海洋創新獎 https://youtu.be/vcXzVkLBraA
(4)🌆新北市永續城市獎 https://youtu.be/XvzhMts4PDU
(5)🦀新北市永續漁業創新獎 https://youtu.be/H2jOGxe1Vbg

 

評審標準:
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(詳情可參考: Judging Criteria https://challenge.biomimicry.org/en/challenge/global-design-challenge-2021 )

〈科技部社會需求解題高手〉評審標準:

科技部評分標準

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

報名與上傳:

本競賽須於指定網路表單報名,並完成作品內容上傳。請先至報名網站了解需填答內容,競賽作品建議使用英文,但不限定。

  • 報名網址: https://reurl.cc/q8yzj0
  • 報名表單中有關個資與相關授權書(共3份),請下載後填寫完畢,以PDF檔規格上傳。表單包含:
  1. 2021 全球仿生設計競賽_個人資料保護聲明書
  2. 2021 全球仿生設計競賽_授權同意書
  3. 2021 全球仿生設計競賽_團體報名授權代表同意書

參考資料:
※生物策略、台灣海選作品案例: www.biomimicrytaiwan.com
※仿生設計工具: https://toolbox.biomimicry.org/methods/
※仿生設計思考介紹:https://reurl.cc/x0z26N
※仿生競賽作品案例: https://challenge.biomimicry.org/en/custom/gallery/directory
※聯合國永續發展目標(SDGs)中譯版 https://www.ait.org.tw/wp-content/uploads/sites/269/un-sdg.pdf

※有關競賽及獎項內容請詳官網或FB粉絲頁最新公告,主辦單位有調整競選辦法與獎勵方式之權利。
※主辦單位籌組評選小組依參賽作品、出題單位需求及仿生全球總會評分原則予以排序並分配獎項獎金。

 

Biomimicry Global Design Challenge: Taiwan Competition

Biomimicry Taiwan are excited to partner with The Biomimicry Institute and we are hosting a regional competition in conjunction with the BGDC called the Biomimicry Global Design Challenge: Taiwan Competition. University students and young professionals who are interested in entering the BGDC are encouraged to submit to the Taiwan Competition. The Biomimicry Institute will grant free submissions to the top teams from the Taiwan Competition.

Taiwan Competition is also collaborating with the Ministry of Science and Technology and New Taipei City Government, seeking innovations inspired by nature, including how to make the ocean and fishery port clean, preventing waste flowing into the ocean, transforming ocean wastes into value added innovation, sustainable production and consumption of marine resources, transportation innovation, and sustainable city planning.  Winners of this challenge will have not only rewards but get assistance and support to apply to the Biomimicry Global Design Challenge.

 The Challenges: 

  1. MOST Troubleshooting Award:
  1. New Taipei City Sustainable Fishery Award: Seeking biomimicry innovation to solve ocean wastes problem and preserve marine habitat https://youtu.be/H2jOGxe1Vbg
  1. New Taipei City Transform Transportation Award: Seeking biomimicry innovation to solve traffic jams, pollutions, and to avoid accidents https://youtu.be/GvrxAp2FcNg
  1. New Taipei City Clean Ocean Award: Seeking biomimicry innovation to prevent wastes flowing into the ocean https://youtu.be/vcXzVkLBraA
  1. New Taipei City Sustainable City Award: Seeking biomimicry innovation for inclusive, safe, resilient and sustainable city planning https://youtu.be/XvzhMts4PDU

Award: Total amount of cash nearly USD 10,000. Teams will be invited to join the Biomimicry Café, a chance to get expert guidance and support to further your design, including assistance applying to Biomimicry Global Design Challenge, if teams reach to the final round.

Submission deadline: 23:59pm on May 16(Sun.), 2021

Competition details:  Visit www.biomimicrytaiwan.org

Application Form: https://reurl.cc/q8yzj0

Submission Requirement:

  1. Team Information: Names and email addresses for all team members, location, and school and advisor/mentor name, if relevant.

  2. Project title (70 character limit)

  3. Specify which SDGs your solution addresses.

  4. You will need to complete an online questionnaire, which will address the following topics:

    • Define the problem you are trying to solve. (up to 150 words, will be posted for public view if chosen as finalist)
    • What organisms/natural systems helped inform your design? (up to 150 words, will be posted for public view if chosen as finalist)
    • What does your design do? Give a detailed technical overview of your solution. (up to 300 words, will be posted for public view if chosen as finalist)
    • How does your solution address the problem or opportunity you selected? (up to 150 words)
    • Ethos element -How compatible is your design with all surrounding living systems? Is it safe? How is it more sustainable than the alternatives? (up to 150 words)
    • (Re)connect element -Describe how participating in this design challenge helped you and your team connect with the natural world. (up to 150 words)
    • How were Nature’s Unifying Patterns or Life’s Principles applied to your design?(up to 150 words)
    • Team bio: discuss your team’s ability to succeed (up to 150 words)
  5. Design concept image (JPG format): A photograph, rendering, or illustration representing your design concept. This will be the primary image used to identify your project publicly. To ensure quality, please upload images that:

    • Are high resolution format (at least 300 DPI)
    • Are in a landscape format if possible
    • Include any copyright or photo credit information
  6. Team photo (JPG format): The team photo will be in our resources, media, and solutions gallery. The photo should depict all team members. Group photos outside are always encouraged, if possible!

  7. Video pitch (3 minutes maximum): The video should provide an overview of your design, highlight your design process, convey key discoveries or insights, and ultimately convince the judges that your idea has merit. The video must be uploaded online, (Vimeo and YouTube work best), published and made publicly available for view. For advice on creating your video, download this guide: “Tips for Your Video Pitch"

  8. Project presentation document (PDF format, 10 pages or less, no larger than A4 size): A presentation in the form of PowerPoint or Keynote slides (or similar text and image layout). This document will not be made public. See below for details on the content that this presentation must include. Documents with more than 10 pages will be disqualified.

    • An overview of your scoping process
    • A description or depiction of your biological inspiration process
    • A discussion of the current limitations of your design and a description of next steps.
    • A list of all references and sources, including experts consulted, preferably cited using the Council of Science Editors (CSE) style.
    • Image(s) or renderings of a prototype of your innovation. Your prototype is not required to be functional at this stage. Your prototype should be testing for both desirability (do people actually want what you are creating?) and feasibility (is it technically possible to build your solution?).*
    • A discussion on the interviews you and your team conducted with the stakeholders and potential users of your innovation. Please interview at least ten stakeholders.
    • Optional: high quality images of your biological inspiration with appropriate copyright information provided.

 

Competition Organizer: Biomimicry Taiwan, Biotechnology Industry Study Center, Taiwan Institute of Economic Research

Sponsors:

  • Ministry of Science and Technology – Department of Natural Sciences and Sustainable Development
  • New Taipei City Government – Agriculture Department, Transportation Department, Department of Environmental Protection & Secretariat
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