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AES Students Design Competition
The AES Student Design Competition is an opportunity for aspiring hardware and software engineers to participate in a worldwide contest and gain recognition for their hard work and technical creativity. This is a rare opportunity for students to have their projects reviewed by the best minds in the business and an invaluable career-building event.
Students from both audio and non-audio backgrounds are encouraged to submit entries. Few restrictions are placed on the nature of the projects, but designs must be for use with audio. Examples include loudspeaker design, DSP plug-ins, analog hardware, signal analysis tools, mobile applications, and sound synthesis devices. Products should represent new, original ideas implemented in working-model prototypes.
Please read carefully through the complete rules.
134th AES Convention Rome 2013
Deadline for submissions:
Monday, April 1st 2013
133rd AES Convention San Francisco 2012
Here are the winners:
Andreas Fitza (graduate) University of Applied Science Mainz gold
Marc Mayhew (graduate) Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis gold
Joshua Levy (undergraduate) University of Florida gold
Steven Dale (graduate) Parsons The New School honorable mention
Marc Messier (undergraduate) University of Miami honorable mention