Memphis students did exceptionally well at this year’s SoutEastCon Student Competitions!
Christian Brothers University students did and outstanding job in the Technical Presentation Competition at IEEE SoutheastCon 2021:
Congratulations to Rosemarie Wiethop, an Electrical Engineering student at Christian Brothers University, for winning second place with “Mirroring for Solar Space” (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OoW1J1BeP04&t=2s).
As well as congratulations to to Brandy Washington, an Electrical Engineering And Computer Science student at Christian Brothers University, for winning third place with “Home Sewing Efficiently with a Pattern Cutting Robot” (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V80lFj3k–0)
And congratulations to the following Christian Brother University Student for being finalists in the Technical Presentation Competition:
- Mishal Alqattan – The Smart Ambulance Bed (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cbs_nyhh5cY)
- Felipe Cervantes – GPS Guided Vehicle (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G-Fca9tQPzo)
- Sylvester Dzimiri – Home Automation System Using Mosquitto Broker (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M-lq_6UdlIM&feature=youtu.be)
- Jesus Flores-Valladares – Vehicle Communication using Li-Fi (Light Fidelity) (https://youtu.be/TQIDeICTx4s)
- Nick Ireland – Automated Patrol UAV (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lb_SIvQ8U8g)
Christian Brothers University also won the Community Outreach Competition at SoutheastCon. Congratulations to Min-Seo Song Min-Seo and Stacy Okai, Electrical Engineering students, with the Data Logging with Go Baby Go blog (gbgdatalogger.ieeecbu.org). The project aspires to design, build, and implement an upgrade to these vehicles that the children will be using. The blog provides a platform for students to share ideas to create and install components and features to enhance Go Baby Go vehicles used by children with limited mobility. CBU/ The University of Tennessee Health Science Center encourages participation in this project through the blog at Data Logging with Go Baby Go – Customizing Toy Cars for Kids with Limited Mobility.
The University of Memphis also did exceptionally well, wining Third Place in the Hardware (Robotics) Competition as well as Second Place in the T-Shirt Competition.
Congratulations to all the winners!