Please join us in congratulating the Finalists for the 2020 Student Design Contest. More than any other year, there were 30 submissions for review.
Remember to visit the Demonstration Area at the Fairmont Queen Elizabeth on Tuesday, 7 July between one of these two public viewing time periods: 09:30 - 12:00 or 13:20 - 16:00.
Future teams: watch for the opening of the 12th Annual Student Design Competition, where finalists will present in Singapore at the Marina Bay Sands!
|Blindsee||King Abdullah University Of Science & Technology / University of Electronic Science and Technology of China||Saudi Arabia, China||Yiming Yang, Jiahao Zhou, Haoran Zhang, Heng Wang||Atif Shamim||A “Light” Beam for the Blind|
|Eclectic Engineers||Lund University||Sweden||Osama Eldawebi, Ludvig Lifting, William Marnfeldt, Shervin Sedighi||Mats Gustafsson||In tune with radar - A radar based musical instrument|
|ETF Belgrade||University of Belgrade||Serbia||Danilo Đokić, Nikola Milenić, Pavle Petrović, Nemanja Grbić||Slobodan Savić, Milan Ilić||FMCW Drone Detection Radar|
|Michigan State UniversityMichigan State University||Michigan State University||United States||Cory Hilton, Jason Merlo, Torre Rocco, Stavros Vakalis||Jeffrey Nanzer||Drone Detection and Localization System|
|PWR Radar||Wroclaw University of Science and Technology||Poland||Alicja Kwaśny, Piotr Grobelny, Aleksander Kubeczek, Kamil Mężyński||Adam Narbudowicz||Radar Theremin|
|Troy||National Taiwan University||Taiwan||Yun-Ying Chan, Huan-Ting Chen, Ting-Chia Hsu, Shih-Ming Huang, Wa-Kin Lei||Shih-Yuan Chen||Wearable Trojan Radar System|
Join the 11th IEEE Antennas and Propagation Society (AP-S) Antenna Design Contest! Design and build a system to demonstrate the function and application of radar. The top 6 teams will receive travel funds to attend the IEEE Antennas and Propagation Symposium in Montreal, Canada, July 5-10, 2020 to demonstrate their working systems. 1st, 2nd and 3rd place winners will be announced at the 2020 IEEE AP-S Awards Presentation at the conference and will receive cash awards of US $1,500, $750 and $250, respectively.
Important deadlines are November 30, 2019 and April 30, 2020.
Goal: Propose a setup that demonstrates the properties of a radar system in a practical application and provide educational material to explain it.
The team should consist of 2 to 5 students, with at least 50% being undergraduate students. For a 5-year Bachelor-cum-Master degree program, students in years 1 to 3 are considered undergraduates. Each team should be advised by a professional mentor who is a member of the IEEE AP-S, but the work needs to be done primarily by the students. No student or mentor should be involved in more than one team.
Send all questions and materials to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line "2020 IEEE AP-S Design Contest." Messages without this subject line may not be received. All submitted materials must be in PDF format according to the guidelines above.