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2016 IEEE Region 1 Student Conference

On behalf of the IEEE Region 1 Student Activities Committee, we would like to welcome you to the 2016 IEEE Region 1 Student Activities Conference at Central Connecticut State University on April 15-17, 2016.

The IEEE Region 1 Student Conference is the premier annual event where all student branches from IEEE Region 1 (the northeastern United States) meet to discuss mutual challenges and compete in regional competitions.

The conference’s objective is to encourage lively student engagement and provide an opportunity for students to network and learn from other students from across the Region, while applying practical engineering knowledge in the various competitions. Student competitors will share in $3,650 in prize money!

    The Region 1 Student Conference also provides a great opportunity for student members to network with industry professionals and IEEE volunteerleaders.

Conference Registration Link

Conference Schedule

Fee will include all meals, breaks and the Award Ceremony and Dinner at the conference.

Conference Highlights:


  • Regional MicroMouse Competition
  • MicroMouse Workshop for Newbies and Pros
  • Undergraduate Student Paper Contest
  • Student Ethics Competition
  • Networking Opportunities
  • Meet IEEE Leaders and Industry Professionals
  • Award Ceremony and Dinner


Exhibit Booths:

  1. IEEE Power & Energy Society – Scholarship Plus Initiative
  2. IEEE Membership
  3. IEEE WIE (Women In Engineering)

Micromouse

(1st Place = $800, 2nd Place = $500, 3rd Place = $200)


Rules and Guidelines


Webinar: Feb. 18, 2016

Download: 2016 R1 Micromouse Guidelines

E-Mail: Soon Wan (gimsoon@ieee.org)


2016 Micromouse Competition:


Teams


  • Micromouse from Northeastern University
  • The Unpredictable Algorithms from SUNY New Paltz
  • Megamouse II from University of Buffalo
  • RatPack from University of Buffalo
  • Ladyzbugs from University of Buffalo
  • Otis from University of Buffalo
  • PacRat from DeVry University North Brunswick
  • Onycho from DeVry University North Brunswick
  • Micromouse from New Jersey Institute of Technology
  • Toast from Central Connecticut State University
  • Loading from Central Connecticut State University
  • George from Central Connecticut State University
  • Swiss from Roger Williams University
  • Attila from Stevens Institute of Technology



2015 Micromouse Competition:

Download: 2015 R1 Micromouse Summary

Winners


  • 1st Place (Run time to Goal = 14.97sec)
    Mercury Micromouse from University of Massachusetts Amherst
    Designed by Justin Marple (Team Leader), Rohan Kapoor, and Aaron Lucia
  • 2nd Place (Run time to Goal = 48.76sec)
    MegaMouse Micromouse from University of Buffalo
    Designed by Kyle Thompson (Team Leader), Mack Ward, Joe Materski, Jimmy Mazur, and Tomasz Pietruszka
  • 3rd Place (1st Closest to the Goal)
    Chester Micromouse from University of Buffalo
    Designed by Mike Szymkowski (Team Leader), Matt Spitzer, Maxim Solomonyuk, Nazia Hasan, Carly Schulz, and Kevin McMahon
  • 4th Place (2nd Closest to the Goal)
    From Suffolk University
    Designed by Frank Calderon (Team Leader), and Michael Wall
  • 5th Place (3rd Closest to the Goal)
    Squeak Micromouse from Roger Williams University
    Designed by Ethan Daniels (Team Leader), Taylor Winnick, Nicole Marmo, Nicholas Benoti, Kyle Lourens, Kristi Perreault, Aidan Bradley, and Kelsey Cintorino
  • Funny Award
    Grody Micromouse from Monmouth University
    Designed by James Blessing (Team Leader), Abdul Muhsin Al-Kandari, Nico Flora, Alex Kristensen, and Veronica Granite


Teams


  • The College of New Jersey
  • Union College
  • Mira Azul from DeVry University
  • Doduo from New Jersey Institute of Technology
  • Venus from University of Massachusetts Amherst
  • Mercury from University of Massachusetts Amherst
  • MegaMouse from University of Buffalo
  • Chester from University of Buffalo
  • UB Mouse A from University of Buffalo
  • Grody from Monmouth University
  • Minute Mouse from Suffolk University
  • Squeak from Roger Williams University
  • centiNull from Syracuse University
  • Mighty Mouse from Syracuse University
  • Stuart Little 2 from Stony Brook University
  • Mighty Mouse Steven Institute of Technology


Undergraduate Student Paper Contest:

To submit paper online or to register for any competition: http://ieee-r1-studentconference.fluidreview.com

Student Ethics Competition

For official rules and guidelines, please click here.

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