1. Each school may submit only one project for e-Proceedings. The same project should be subsequently used for the Video Presentation. Refer to Annex A for Research Challenge Project Categories.
2. Participants are required to submit a video presentation on their research paper by
15 February, 2021, 17:00hr GMT+8.
3. The length of the video should not exceed 10 minutes.
4. The video is assessed based on the following criteria:
Depth of scientific thought (40%)
Relevance of research work in benefitting a chosen community (20%)
Originality of work (10%)
Communication of ideas (10%)
Virtual Q&A (20%)
5. Participants will be given 48 hours (1st March to 2nd March) to respond to questions posed by referees and judges.
6. Videos involving experimental demonstrations should not include the use of hazardous or toxic materials or reagents.
7. The medium of language used in the video should be English only. Subtitles should be included.
8. The SISC 2021 Organising Committee may use the names, photographs, statements, quotes, testimonials, and video submissions of participants for advertising, publicity, and promotional purposes without notification or further compensation.
9. The SISC 2021 Organising Committee reserves the right NOT to upload any video that is found to include any explicit or offensive content, or content that violates the laws of Singapore.
10. Selected videos will be hosted on the official SISC website for public voting where bonus points will be awarded to the top video(s).
11. Final score of the Research Challenge will be based on the assessment of the video presentation as well as the bonus points awarded.