Thank you for participating in the ECE Pulse 2013 Competitions! We will be announcing the competition winners on Friday, February 15th, before the Keynote speech. Refer to our schedule for more information.
The Competitions for ECE Pulse 2013 involve different categories to suit all expertise levels and many diverse areas of ECE and CS. Students ranging from freshmen with little experience to Grad students are welcome to participate. The higher the competition level, the more difficult the challenge is, but also the better the prizes! The prizes range from gift cards to four NVIDIA GTX480 GPUs valued at over $300 for the higher-level first places. Also, winners get an exclusive networking dinner with corporate representatives!
The Competitions will take place on Saturday, February 9th, for the entire day. We invite you and your friends to create a team and sign up for a competition! There will be free pizza and drinks for competitors!
You can compete by yourself or form a team of up to three people. You may also register for more than one competition, but bear in mind you have limited time! Competitions start at 10:00 AM and they’ll be going as long as they have to, but anyone can come in anytime. The meeting place is at Everitt Lab 269 at 10:00 AM.
Registration for all competitions have been closed
Analog I——————————————————–Suggested Expertise Level: ECE 210
Involves simple analog circuit designing and building.
Analog II——————————————————-Suggested Expertise Level: ECE 342
Will require advanced analog circuit design and building knowledge and skills.
Digital I———————————————————Suggested Expertise Level: ECE 110
Involves the application of simple ECE 110 knowledege into combinational digital circuit design and building.
Digital II——————————————————–Suggested Expertise Level: ECE 385
Requires advanced knowledge in sequential circuit design and building.
Software I—————————————–Suggested Expertise Level: ECE 190 / CS 125
Involves basic programming knowledge which can be applied in different languages, depending on your liking. Can work remotely.
Software II——————————————————-Suggested Expertise Level: CS 225
Requires intermediate programming skills with an advanced knowledge of data structures and their implementations. Can work remotely.
Software III.1————————————————-Suggested Expertise Level: ECE 391
Requires an advanced knowledge in programming skills acquired and developed in ECE 391. Can work remotely.
Software III.2———————————–Suggested Expertise Level: 400-level CS / ECE
Involves application of advanced programming skills knowledge. Can work remotely.