Please read these submission guidelines carefully!
1. SUBMISSION REQUIREMENTS
The proposal must include all six of the following components in order to be considered.
1. Idea Proposal Video: A two-minute video describing the proposed intervention and model used to develop the intervention.
2. Model Representation: A physical or digital representation of the model used in the idea development process. This may either be the model itself, a visualization, or schematic that illustrates how the model is constructed, what it aims to do, and how it is used.
3. Modeling Narrative: 300-500 word description of your modeling methodology, parameters, data sources, and any other information helpful to explain the model and climate-related phenomena you are addressing. The narrative should clearly communicate the concepts to a general nontechnical audience.
4. Proposal Narrative: 300–500 word description of the site-specific idea proposal and how it will better the site and community in question.
5. Three Proposal Images: Still images conveying the proposed intervention. All images should be 300 DPI, any orientation in either .jpeg or .png format.
6. Team Summary: List of each team members name, MIT-affiliation (undergrad, graduate student, alumni, etc.), MIT department / course number (if applicable), and individual contribution to the project. In 100 words or less describe the interdisciplinary nature of your group.
2. SUBMITTING YOUR PROPOSAL
3. NAMING FILES
Each submitted file should be named by the submission requirement number and your team/proposal name. In other words, name as follows:
Proposal video: 1_[name]
Model Representation: 2_[name]
Modeling Narrative: 3_[name]
Proposal Narrative: 4_[name]
Proposal Images: 5_[name]
Team Summary: 6_[name]
We ask you to do this so we can easily identify each of the six components of your submission.