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IEEE Region 10 Paper Contest

IEEE Region 10 Website Contest


The IEEE Region 10 Student Activities Committee conducts two student paper contests every year, one for the Postgraduate (PG) and the other for the Undergraduate (UG) IEEE Student Members in the Region. Papers submitted to this Contest should not have been presented elsewhere; otherwise, it will automatically be disqualified.

Objectives of the contests:

The Paper Contest aims to recognize technical, written and verbal communication skills of IEEE student members in the Region.

Postgraduate Section (PG)

Open to all IEEE Student Members with basic degrees in electrical engineering, electronics, computer science or any other field of interest of an IEEE Society, who are currently enrolled into a postgraduate course.

Eligibility to enter the contest MUST BE supported by a letter from the Student Branch Counselor.

Undergraduate Section (UG)

Open to all IEEE Student Members undergoing an undergraduate course in electrical engineering, electronics, computer science or allied subjects.

Eligibility to enter the contest MUST BE supported by a letter from the Student Branch Counselor.

  • Open only to IEEE Student Members in the Region. The papers may be on any engineering subject in the field of interest of IEEE (within the scope of IEEE transactions).
  • Number of authors for one paper is limited to 3. All the authors must be students and the first author must be a student member of the IEEE. Supervisors are not allowed to participate in the contest.
  • Papers submitted to this Contest should not have been published in any other publications yet. If already published, then your paper will be DISQUALIFIED.
  • The format of the paper is similar to any publications of IEEE conference articles as the format attached (here), and it is limited to a maximum of 6 (typically 5) pages in length. Papers not in the described format are likely to be rejected.
  • The paper should, moreover, explain the significance of the presented work, provide a well structured, clear and concise presentation of the subject matter including an introduction, the main body and the conclusion with supporting tables and figures, with adequate references.
  • Appendices: Detailed mathematical proofs, development of equations, etc. which are subordinate to the main argument in the body of the paper, should be given in the appendices, with reference in the main text.
  • The papers will be judged for the technical content, innovation, practical implementation, references and overall presentation.
  • Each paper will be reviewed by at least three or more judges.
  • A total of THREE WINNERS from each category (UG and PG) will be chosen. The winners will be
    awarded with the following:

    • Prize money (subject to approval by MBPAC):
      • 1st place: USD 200
      • 2nd place: USD 150
      • 3rd place: USD 100
    • E-certificates; and
    • The respective Student Sections will be notified.
  • The winners will be announced typically in August/September, 2017.

Deadline: May 31, 2017

For more queries, kindly contact: Arvind Rajan, IEEE R10 SAC Paper Contest Coordinator –

Winners of 2017 Paper Contest


1.Roy B.V.B. Simorangkir
Macquarie University

2.Sarbajit Paul
Dong-A University

3.Ying-Xing Feng
Universiti Teknologi PETRONAS



1. Chiam Dar, Li Zhen Er & Ng Kay Li
Curtin University

2.Ninad Joshi, Virendra Bidkar & Myron Britto
Goa College of Engineering

3.Andy Tan Wei Keat & Chan Hao Jie
Universiti Sains Malaysia


IEEE R10 SAC annually conducts a website contest and all the Student Branches under the sections of Region 10 are invited to submit entries of their websites.

Scope of Entries

The website contest announces the best three websites among the registered student branches. The finalists qualify for the inter-regional website contest. All IEEE Student Branches and Student Branch Chapters are eligible for the website contest. Each Student Branch may submit entries with no more than one website. The website may contain information about the activities done by the branches; information about featured program, competition and events; even activities conducted within the Section/Council/Region; may provide means for students to communicate with each other or may showcase the awards and achievements of the Student Branch or its members.


Only IEEE Student Branches can apply for the contest.


Each entry must contain the following information:

  • URL of the website.
  • Key features of the website.
  • Details regarding the framework(s)/technology used.
  • Source code of the website.

For Student Branches needing web hosting space, please visit IEEE Entity Web Hosting.

  • IEEE Master Brand & Visual Identity guidelines must be followed, as they are part of the judging criteria.
  • The complete Rules & Guidelines, that include the criteria judges will use to evaluate the websites, are available for all Student Branches. (Guidelines)
  • Winners of the IEEE Region 10 Student Branch Website contest will flow up to the International contest level.



The judging will be conducted across several criteria. Kindly visit the following link for details:

Judging -Criteria


Deadline: Student Branches must send their entries by 23:59 IST on 15th May, 2017.

Contact: In case of any queries/suggestions, feel free to contact with –

Shabab Iqbal, IEEE R10 SAC Website Coordinator


Pasan Ranathunga, IEEE R10 SAC Website Coordinator

Winners of 2017 Website Contest

1. Telkom University Student Branch


3. IEEE Northern India Engineering College