IEEE SoutheastCon 2014
Steering Committee

IEEE SoutheastCon 2014 Student Program

Competition Registration Deadlines:

Link to Student Competition Registration Main Page


Important Documents:

2014 Student Schedule of Events (PDF)

2014 IEEE Region 3 Student Paper Competition - Presentation Schedule (PDF)

IEEE Region 3 Travel Policy - Student Branch Travel to SoutheastCon (PDF)



The Cypress University Alliance Cordially Invites You to Attend a

PSoC™ 4 Workshop

Friday, March 14, 2014, 6:00 PM to 9:00PM
@ SoutheastCon2014


  • Learn all about the latest Cypress PSoC 4 technology. PSoC is a family of mixed signal (analog, digital, and  embedded MCU), programmable devices. PSoC is truly the world’s first Programmable System-On-Chip (more info @
  • Leave with the knowledge of PSoC Architecture and PSoC Creator Software and learn how you can get a free Development Kit.


Faculty and Students involved in senior project, digital, analog, and embedded classes and design; as well as topics as diverse as robotics, mechatronics, industrial controls, automotive, and aeronautics. Register here.

Learn More about this Workshop.



Hardware Competition

Teams build robots to compete autonomously. The 2014 information is available at the University of Kentucky Engineering site. There is also a facebook page for discussions involving the hardware competition.


    Hardware competition rules:

    Software Competition Registration - CLOSED


    Paper Competition

    An author must be paid-up student member of IEEE in Region 3, enrolled as an undergraduate at the time of the paper presentation at IEEE SoutheastCon 2014.

    Paper Rules:

  • Student Paper Competition PDF

    Student Paper Competition Registration - CLOSED

    Website Competition Registration - CLOSED

    Deadline: March 01, 2014


    T-shirt Competition

    Entries from student branches are required to have the IEEE logo, school name, and/or IEEE SoutheastCon 2014 incorporated in the design.

    T-shirt Rules:

  • Student T-Shirt Competition PDF

   Go to Student T-Shirt Competition Registration


    Ethics Competition

    Teams, each consisting of up to three undergraduate students, submit a short analysis of how the IEEE Code of Ethics applies to a given situtation.

    Ethics Rules:

  • Student Ethics Competition PDF

    Ethics Competition Registration - CLOSED