The IEEE Circuits and Systems Society (CAS) invites you to participate in the 2nd CASS Student Design Competition. The CASS Student Design Competition is a worldwide competition where undergraduate students will team with high school students. The teams should suggest and execute projects aimed at encouraging High School Students to study Electrical Engineering and related areas. The focus should be on finding a solution to a real-life problem based on circuits and systems.
The competition will take place in three phases, the first at the chapter level, the second at the regional level and a final at world level. The final will take place during ISCAS 2018.
CASS will pay for the trip to ISCAS 2018 for the four finalists, one for each region - R1-7, R8, R9 and R10, as well as ISCAS registration. The winning team will be awarded US$3,000.
July 1, 2017: Registration for the competition closes
November 3, 2017: deadline for the live demonstrations of the first phase of the competition to take place.
December 3, 2017: deadline for the results of the first phase to be announced.
March 5, 2018: deadline for uploading the video and report relative to the second phase of the competition.
April 2, 2018: deadline for the results of the second phase to be announced.
April 29, 2018: deadline for the teams to submit the final version of the report.
May 28, 2018: the live demonstration of the final competition takes place during ISCAS 2018.
May 29, 2018: the winner is announced during ISCAS 2018 Awards Ceremony
2017-2018 CASS Student Design Competition World Winner
Project Title: A Gesture Detection Glove For Human-Computer Interaction
Team: Felipe A. Quirino (1), Marcelo Romanssini (1), Rafael R. Dorneles (2), Enzo H. Weber (2), and Alessandro Girardi (1)
(1) Federal University of Pampa, Alegrete - RS, Brazil
(2) Divino Coração School, Alegrete - RS, Brazil
Chapter: Rio Grande do Sul (Brazil)
No final teams.
Karkotis Andreas, Zacharia Angelos, Papapolydorou Panagiotis, Konstantinidis Georgios, Tommy Eftychiou (Cyprus)
- G. S. Andrade, T. M. Dias, V. C. Alves, H. M. Alves Junior, L. F. Pinheiro, P. M. C. Silva, R. S. G. Pontes, B. P. Silva, I. B. O. de Macedo, G. M. Araujo and T. M. Prego (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil)
- Felipe A. Quirino, Marcelo Romanssini, Rafael R. Dorneles, Enzo H. Weber, and Alessandro Girardi (Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil)