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The IEEE SP Cup is a competition that provides undergraduate students with the opportunity to form teams and work together to solve a challenging and interesting real-world problem using signal-processing techniques and methods. Three teams will be selected to present their work, and prizes will be awarded at ICASSP 2015. The competition title is:
Heart Rate Monitoring During Physical Exercise Using Wrist-Type Photoplethysmographic (PPG) Signals
This competition is proposed by the Bio Imaging and Signal Processing Technical Committee . For details of the competition project, please click here.
Participation in the Competition:
Each team participating in the competition is to be composed of one faculty member (whose role is the supervisor of the team members), at most one graduate student (who will assist the supervisor in supervising the undergraduate team members), and at least 3 but no more than 10 undergraduates. At least three of the undergraduate team members must be either IEEE SP members or student members.
Participating teams must submit their project by February 9, 2015 (extended.) Each submission should include a report, in the form of an IEEE conference paper, on the technical details of the methods used and the results, as well as the programs developed (MATLAB is preferred). Participating teams must register to join the competition by January 16, 2015. The online registration system will be open in September 2014. By March 6, 2015, the best 3 teams will be identified to participate in the final competition at ICASSP2015.
|Team registration to join the SP Cup competition:||January 16, 2015 (Friday)|
|Submission deadline for participating teams:||February 9, 2015 (Monday)-extended|
|Announcement of the best 3 teams:||March 6, 2015 (Friday)|
|Final competition at ICASSP 2015:||April 20, 2015 (Monday)|
The champion: $5,000
The first runner-up: $2,500
The second runner-up: $1,500
Each team invited to ICASSP2015 will have their travel expenses supported by the SP Society. Each team member is offered up to $1200 for continental travel, or $1,700 for intercontinental travel, and at most 3 people from each team will be supported.
Bio Imaging and Signal Processing Technical Committee (BISP TC)
IEEE SPS Student Services Committee
Student Career Luncheon - Students Meet Potential Employers at ICASSP 2015
The IEEE Signal Processing Cup (SP Cup) is a competition that provides undergraduate students with the opportunity to form teams and work together to solve a challenging and interesting real-world problem using signal-processing techniques and methods. Three teams are selected to present their work, and prizes will be awarded at the IEEE International Conference on Acoustics, Speech, and Signal Processing (ICASSP).
The 2015 SP Cup competition took place at ICASSP 2015 in Brisbane, Australia on 20 April. The title was Heart Rate Monitoring During Physical Exercise Using Wrist-Type Photoplethysmographic (PPG) Signals. This competition was proposed by the Bio Imaging and Signal Processing Technical Committee. For details of the competition project, please click here.
We are pleased to announce the final ranking of the 2015 SP Cup:
Signal Processing Crew Darmstadt
Tim Schaeck, Christian Sledz, Hauke Radtki, Maximilian Huettenrauch, Patrick Wenzel, Bastian Alt, Alaa Alameer, Michael Muma, Technische Universitaet Darmstadt
Anik Khan, Sayeed Shafayet Chowdhury, Rakib Hyder, Zahid Hasan, Md. Samzid Bin Hafiz, Mohammad Ariful Haque, Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology
Sunho Kim, Minkyu Jung, Hyunil Kang, Jungsub Lee, Gyehyun Baek, Baeksan On, Sungbin Im, Soongsil University
Vijitha Periyasamy, Abhishek Narwekar, Pradyumna Suresha, Navaneet Lakshminarasimha Murthy, Pavan C Madhusudana, Prasanta Ghosh, Indian Institute of Science (IISc), Bangalore
Sk. Tanvir Ahamed, Mohammad Tariqul Islam, Ishmam Zabir, Md. Tahmid Yasar, Shahriar Sabrir khan, Celia Shahnaz (supervisor), Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology
Kai Lin, James Smith, Ross Leon, Robert Makepeace, Nicholas Cummins, Vidhyasaharan Sethu, The University of New South Wales
Zihao Zhang, Jian Liu, Xiaoyue Wu, Chaoying Wang, Qiaosheng Liang, Yuxuan Wang, Keke Li, Ran Yang, Sun Yat-sen University
Mahdi Boloursaz Mashhadi, Mohsen Eskandari, Ehsan Asadi, Shahrzad Kianidehkordi, Farokh Marvasti, Advanced Communications Research Institute (ACRI)
Chengzhi Zong, Vasu Jindal, Michael Wertz, Jaejin Cho, Roozbeh Jafari, University of Texas at Dallas
Kuan-Lin Chen, Tzu-Ming Hsu, Wei-Yu Chen, Mong-Chi Ko, Yu-Cheng Liu, An-Yeu Wu, National Taiwan University
Jasir Vanduthodi, Johns Pius Thuluvah, Jisha Jayadevan Edathoot, Jenet Devassy Parokkaran, Angel Mariya Panjikkaran, Nandakumar Paramparambath, NSS College of Engineering
Jaehun Kim, Dongsuk Sung, Sangil Lee, Howoong Jun, Kyogu Lee, Seoul National University
Matthew O'Donovan, Laura Fennelly, Caitlin Keane, Andrey Temko, University College Cork
Congratulations to the winning teams and thank you to all who participated for a job well done!