The Queen Elizabeth Prize for Engineering is a global prize that celebrates the successes of modern engineering. With QEPrize winners selected from across the world, such an international prize requires a truly international trophy.

Every two years, the Queen Elizabeth Prize for Engineering trophy is found through the ‘Create the Trophy’ competition. The competition gives young people the opportunity to get involved, testing their design skills using the latest in 3D-design technology. The competition is open to entrants aged 14-24 worldwide.

Trophy designs are created and submitted online using the QEPrize3D app, which is free to download on Apple and Android devices. This year's winning entry, designed by Jack Jiang from Hong Kong, was selected from thousands by a panel of expert judges from across the fields of engineering and design. His design, inspired by the bladed structure of wind turbines, will be 3D printed and presented to the QEPrize winners at Buckingham Palace later this year.

Find out more about the previous trophies and this year’s competition by clicking the buttons to the right, or give 3D design a go by downloading the app from the App Store.