Hi everyone, on behalf of the IEEE student branch Karlsruhe, I'm happy to present the 1st IEEE Signal Intelligence Challenge (ISIC). Briefly, it's a challenge to find, decode and decrypt 10 signals in a given chunk of spectrum. Eligible are teams of up to 8 students (you need to be enrolled, but it can be any university, and any degree). Most likely, teams with EE and CS students will have the best chances of succeeding, but we're happy to be proven wrong! Prize pool is not yet finalized, but we already have some interesting prizes, among them a USRP B210. The ISIC page is currently only available in German -- since you need to be in Karlsruhe to actively participate, we're expecting mainly German-speaking participants, but don't hesitate to contact me in English if you have questions, or would like to participate! You can find the (German) website at: http://www-ieee.etec.uni-karlsruhe.de/?page_id=147 Cheers, Martin  Disclaimer: I used to be vice chair of the SB Karlsruhe while I was still at KIT, but I'm still involved in some of the activities.
on 2014-04-30 22:45