Codecs: Do not use special codecs in order to provide as much portability across platforms as possible.
Audio is optional, but lack of audio should have minimal impact on the comprehension of the video.
Structure: The video must include at the beginning a video cover with the title, authors and affiliation and the credits at the end.
The video should not have any commercial pitch and the authors of each video must have clear copyright of the audio and visual content.
Photos must be submitted in high-resolution JPEG and should not exceed 50MB per entry.
Photos must be original (no edits, no photoshopped entries, no logo added, etc.).
Ensure that the photo is in compliance with all the legal and copyright requirements. The photo must be an original creation – no copyrighted images may be used.
The essay must be written in English language only.
The essay should be between (300-500 words).
Each applicant may only submit one essay.
The essays should not have been published earlier, neither electronically nor in print.
Essays must be the individuals’ own original pieces of work.
Submissions must also include a brief summary.
Essays must be typed (1.5 spaced) in 12-point Times New Roman and submitted in word format.
A jury who will select winners will judge the entries submitted by the applicants. The jury’s decisions are final and binding in all respects and not subject to appeal. Submitted entries will be evaluated according to the following criteria.