2022 IEEE Region 5 Student Robotics Competition
Welcome to the 2022 IEEE Region 5 Undergraduate Student Robotics Competition!
This year’s competition will be in an in-person Underwater Robotics Competition to collect ‘trash’ from the ocean floor, midwater, and surface. typical operational challenges. The competition rules can be downloaded found here.
Eligibility: The competition is open to teams of no more than 5 and no less than 2 undergraduate students who are enrolled in a College or University within the IEEE Region 5 boundaries. The competition encourages a multidisciplinary approach to robot development and recognizes the participation of students who may already be members of SAE, ASME, EEGS, etc. Therefore, only one team member will be required to be a current IEEE Student Member.
The students must register for the IEEE Region 5 Student Conference and at least one student must be a current or pending IEEE or IEEE-Eta Kappa Nu member.
- Last Day to Submit an Intent to Compete – Wednesday, December 1st, 2021
- Last Day to Register – Monday, February 28th, 2022
- Competition Day – Saturday, April 2nd, 2022 – follow the results on Twitter!
Intent to Compete and Participation in the Google Group
Each team MUST complete the online Intent to Compete form (below) to be invited to the competition Google Group. Once your Google Group invitation is processed, you will have access to rule updates, student Q&A and scheduling. At least one team member must have a Gmail account to participate in the Group. Students must register to be placed on the April 2nd competition schedule.
Each team MUST complete the online Intent to Compete form (below) and Register their team. Only one registration is needed per team. Please register under the name of one of the team members and include on the form the team name that was submitted on the Intent to Compete form. A deposit of $50 per team is required with the registration. This deposit will be refunded after the competition to those who participate on April 2nd, 2022.
Registration will be open until 12:00 am CST (Central Standard Time), Monday, February 28th, 2022.
Awards and Award Distribution
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The IEEE Region 5 Treasurer will provide the process and/or paperwork for receiving the Team awards to the winners.
The Denver Robot Competition Committee will notify the Google Group no later than 2000 hours Mountain DST on April 10th, 2021 and this website will be updated as well.
Contact the Student Robotics Competition Chair, Dr. Paul Potier at firstname.lastname@example.org for assistance with your Team’s intent to compete.
IEEE Robotics Intent to Compete