The IEEE Presidents’ Change the World Competition recognizes and rewards students who identify a real-world problem and apply engineering, science, computing, and leadership skills to solve it. The contest offers students the perfect opportunity to have their ingenuity and enthusiasm for engineering and technology recognized by prestigious IEEE members around the globe.
If you are interested in the 2014 Presidents’ Change the World Competition, please review the following documents below. Once you have reviewed the documents, please download the application and email email@example.com with subject line: Presidents’ Change the World Application 2014. Remember, you must be a registered IEEE Student member to apply. (Must be registered IEEE Student Member before 30 November 2013).
The winners of the 2013 IEEEXtreme Presidents' Change the World Competition have been announced. The competition recognizes students who develop unique solutions to real-world problems using engineering, science, computing, and leadership skills to benefit their community or humanity.
Over the course of several months, teams were asked to submit entries where they identified a problem and detailed how their project will positively impact a community or humanity. After two rounds of judging by IEEE volunteers, the top 15 projects were sent to the IEEE Presidents for a final round of judging.
This Grand Prize winner for 2013 is the team Low Cost Spirometer. The winning team received their award at the 2013 IEEE Honors Ceremony in San Diego, CA, USA, and a check for US$10,000.
IEEE Student and Graduate Student members, take note.
IEEE and founding partners recently launched EngineeringforChange.org, an online platform that provides you with tools to collaboratively address humanitarian and global development challenges with other engineers, technologists, and non-governmental organizations (NGOs).
Members of the Engineering for Change community, working together, will design, apply, and share knowledge to develop technical solutions for humanitarian and global development challenges in local communities throughout the world.
As a member of IEEE, you'll receive access to select content, product discounts, and more.