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Results of the international final of the 2008 Altran Engineering Academy

Miroslav Sanytrák | 25.7.08 | Aktuality


Tomáš Dynybyl, 24-year old recently graduated from ÈVUT, competed at the international final of the Altran Engineering Academy in the Renault F1 Team technical centre in England

After winning the Central and Eastern European qualification in June, Tomáš Dynybyl flew to Enstone for the international final of the Altran Engineering Academy. He competed with the 6 other international finalists to win the 6-month internship within the ING Renault F1 Team.
The final presentation was held in the ING Renault F1 Team technical centre in Enstone (UK) on June 30th. The jury in charge of selecting the best international project was composed of Robin Tuluie (Head of R&D, ING Renault F1 Team), Alfonso Martinez (Director, Altran Spain), Olivier Guillaud (Senior consultant, Altran) and Martin Ecke (Business manager, Altran Germany).
Tomáš Dynybyl was impressed by the presentations of his opponents from Germany, Brazil, Spain, Italy, France and United Kingdom. "I really enjoyed seeing the projects of the other finalists. There were lots of very innovative ideas to improve the performance of formula 1 cars. It was a real pleasure seeing the inspiration of these young engineers from all over the world!"
After the presentations, the 7 finalists got the opportunity of visiting the technical center. They had the chance to see some of the design and production processes used to build formula 1 cars. "Visiting the Renault F1 factory was like a dream", commented Tomáš Dynybyl, "the technologies used in producing formula 1 cars are absolutely incredible." 
The jury finally announced the victory of the Brazilian candidate, Gustavo Brambilla, with his project of suspension optimization process. "Every year the quality of the candidates is improving and it is more and more difficult for us to select only one winner," commented Robin Tuluie, Head of R&D at the ING Renault F1 Team. "But that is the nature of competition and, considering different aspects of the work and presentations of the candidates, we are happy about the choice we made. I am sure all the other participants will find their way into Formula 1, if that's what they really want." 
Altran - ING Renault F1 Team technological partnership
Altran is the European leader in innovation consulting and high technology. The Group's 17,500 consultants, operating worldwide, cover the entire range of engineering specialties, including production management, design, information technology, quality and project management. Altran is a technological partner of the Renault F1 Team since 2002, providing its engineering expertise in the development of Formula 1 cars in Enstone (UK) and Viry-Châtillon (France). 
From its establishment in the region of Central and Eastern Europe in 2006, Altran is developing very dynamically in this region. Altran CEE partners with its clients in Central and Eastern Europe, mainly in the automotive, electronics and telecommunication sectors. Altran brings its clients engineering expertise and passion for innovation to improve their industrial processes and operational performance. For more information see the local website: Engineering Academy
Founded in 2004, the Altran Engineering Academy is a unique initiative with a clear goal: giving young talent a chance. Formula 1 is a notoriously closed world where it is often extremely difficult for talented young engineers to get their break. In line with the ING Renault F1 Team's commitment to open up Formula 1 at all levels, and underscoring Altran's commitment to engineering talent, the goal of the AEA is giving young engineers the chance to prove themselves at the highest level. 
This competition attracts every year hundreds of young applicants from the best universities and schools worldwide. The Czech engineer Josef Dubský from ÈVUT won the competition in 2007.

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