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Submissions should be not longer than 3000 words (a PDF file embedding all figures) and should include the following information:

  • project title
  • executive summary
  • general description
  • technical solution and project details
  • social impact on humanity or local community
  • implementation status, testing and trial (if any)
  • previous submissions to other contests (if any)
  • additional documentation (if any)
  • optionally, a short video (5 minutes max) posted online where team members present their project or give a practical demonstration
  • contact information
  • more details
Deadline - 15 August 2019
Questions should be sent to scp@comsoc.org

Individuals / Team leaders must be a IEEE Communications Society Student Member or a IEEE Communications Society Graduate Student Member at the time their entry is submitted. *This is different from an IEEE Student Member*
Incomplete entries are void and will not be eligible to win.

Affiliation refers to your University.
Country
Please list all team members names and email address. Separate advisers and mentors from the team list. Names cannot be added after submission.
The limit is a max of 3000 words in the format of a pdf . File size max is 30 mb. The file name should be as follows LeaderLastName_ProjectTitle.pdf
One file only.
30 MB limit.
Allowed types: pdf.
5 minutes max. Format in mp4 or mp3 and file size max is 55mb
One file only.
55 MB limit.
Allowed types: mp4.
Because this is a student contest, ​the students listed must be the main contributors to this project.

Official Rules

By participating in this contest, participants agree to abide by the terms and conditions as established by the IEEE Communications Society. The IEEE Communications Society reserves the right to qualify all submissions and to reject any submissions that do not meet the requirements for participation as established by IEEE Communications Society.

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