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Windows Embedded Student ChallengE 2005

Posted on 23-Jan-2005 11:37 | Filed under: News


Students are invited to enter the second annual Windows Embedded Student ChallengE, organized by Microsoft in association with the Computer Society of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, Inc. (IEEE). The contest is open to registered Windows Embedded Student ChallengE teams to compete for a chance to present their projects in Redmond, WA, and win cash prizes.

Based on the quality of their final report, 30 teams will be selected to present in-person to a panel of judges in Redmond, WA, on 17 - 18 June 2005. The top five winners will receive the following cash award:
1st Prize - $8,000 US
2nd Prize - $6,000 US
3rd Prize - $4,000 US
4th Prize - $3,200 US
5th Prize - $2,400 US
Teams should consist of four undergraduate students and a faculty mentor. Teams are challenged to design, implement, and document a working prototype for a device based on the theme: "Going Beyond the Boundaries". Designs can apply to any device that could be used in a real-world application, such as in the home, automobile, medical, industrial, or other industries. Registrations are open until 6 February 2005.


More information: http://www.windowschallenge.com...