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The IEEE Club meets on Thursdays from 3-4 pm, during the University's Clubs & Societies' time. We meet in room 1B3 - Engineering Building, first floor.
Team members can sometimes be found in our "IEEE lab" - 1A64, across from the Telecommunications Lab also on the Engineering building.
Sponsored by the IEEE Region-3, the annual IEEE SoutheastCon conference promotes all aspects of the theories and applications of the electrical, electronic, and computer engineering disciplines. SoutheastCon usually sees professionals and students from the region coming together for the conference. The next SoutheastCon will be in Charlotte, North Carolina!
As students, we'll have the opportunity to see technical presentations and exhibits, meet working professionals, and enter student competitions (technical paper competition, hardware competition, software competition, student branch website competition, ethics competition, and T-shirt competition).
The IEEE SoutheastCon 2017 will be held at the Embassy Suites Hotel, from March 31 - April 2, 2017.
Nor-fok, or Naw-fok, no matter how you pronounce it, Norfolk promises
fun, vibrant entertainment and culture,
delicious cuisine and 144 miles of shoreline. There are loads of
watersports to take in, majestic tourist attractions and historic
locations, so there should never be a boring moment in Norfolk. The city also boasts the largest naval base in the United States. Norfolk is chock full of activities both on and off the water.
If you're the more subdued type, there are antique shops, coffee houses galore - or you can check out the music scene at venues that have even been recognized by Rolling Stones magazine. On top of it all, there will be the IEEE conference. Oh, what a trip it promises to be!
For more information about Norfolk, Virginia, click here.
Teams, each consisting of up to three undergraduate students, will exercise their problem-solving abilities and programming skills to solve a set of given problems during the contest time period.
Each student branch in IEEE Region-3 is eligible to enter their Web site.
Entries from student branches are required to have the IEEE logo, school name, and/or IEEE SoutheastCon 2017 incorporated in the design.
The author must be a paid-up student member of IEEE in Region 3, enrolled as an undergraduate at the time of the paper presentation at IEEE SoutheastCon 2017.
Teams, each consisting of up to three undergraduate students, submit a short analysis of how the IEEE Code of Ethics applies to a given situation.