- Any undergraduate and graduate students enrolled in domestic or overseas universities are eligible (Class of 2009 graduates are also eligible).
- The paper should be a pure or applied science thesis related to engineering. The paper should include research results. Submitted papers may not have been published prior to December 7, 2009.
- A panel of judges will select the winners through a formal review process. The judges may demand partial correction, summary and/or supplement.
Detailed Thesis Format
- Submit only one of the following word processing programs : Hun98/2000, Hangul or MS-Word. (If you write a paper with other software, convert the file to PDF format.)
- The paper should be organized in the following manner :
1) abstract; 2) main body; 3) bibliography; and 4) appendix.
- Please upload the submitted paper on the Humantech Thesis Prize homepage
- The paper may be written in either Korean or English
- The paper should be no longer than 30 pages (including pictures and tables, but not including appendix).
- Use A4 or letter sized paper.
- The paper should not reveal any information about the student's school or personal identity.
- The paper format should be one-columned.
Myong-Cho-Chae for Korean and Times New Roman for English
11 font size
SI units (international system of units : m, kg, s, A, etc.).
- The paper should be double-spaced. The side margins should be 25mm each; the top and bottom margins should be 30mm each.
- Abstract should be written in English maximum 200 words).
- The title should come before the main body of the paper (use 18 point size for Korean, use 14 point size for English). Leave a 50mm space at before the title.
- Use Roman Numerals(i.e., I, II, III, etc.) for chapters, and Arabic numerals(i.e., 1, 2, 3, etc.) for paragraphs
- Insert the pictures and tables accordingly throughout the text of the main body. Refer to pictures as "Fig. 1: Title", "Fig. 2: Title", "Fig. 3: Title", etc., and such references should be written underneath the respective pictures. Refer to the tables as "Table I: Title", "Table II: Title", "Table III: Title", etc., and such references should be above the respective tables. The description of the pictures and tables should be sufficiently detailed so that a reader may understand the tables and pictures without reading the main body.
- The references should be attached after the main body. Every citation should be noted in a numerical order.
- The citation number should be bracketed ().
Author, Name of the Publication, Publisher, Year of Publication, Cited page(s).
 C. Mead and L. Conway, Introduction to VLSI Systems, Addison-wesley, 1980, pp. 145-188
Author, "The Title of the Paper", Name of Journal, Volume Number, Cited page(s), Month and Year of Publication.
 G. Taylor et al., "Adaptive regulation of nonlinear systems with unmodeled dynamics",
IEEE Trans, Automat. Contr., Vol. 34, pp. 997-998, April 1994.