CSIDC 2001 Winners
An international panel of experts has selected the winners of CSIDC 2001, the IEEE Computer Society 2nd Annual International Design Competition. The teams were selected from a group of seventy-five that participated in the CSIDC 2001.
The top twenty projects were selected based on their reports by ten Submission Evaluation Teams. The Judging Panel met 25-27 May 2001 and selected the top ten projects from this list of twenty.
The top ten teams were invited to present their projects in Washington, DC 23-25 June 2001. Copies of each team's PowerPoint presentation can be found at the links below.
The winners of CSIDC 2001 are:
Poznan University of Technology (Poland)
University of Karlsruhe (Germany)
Brigham Young University (USA)
Slovak University of Technology (Slovakia)
National Taiwan University (Republic of China)
Boston University (USA)
Nanyang Technological University (Singapore)
- WPAN Using UPnP Ovver BlueTooth ( Project Report)
University of British Columbia (Canada)
- Application of BlueTooth Wireless Techology to Guided Audio Tours (Presentation PDF) ( Project Report)
University of Toronto (Canada)
University of Virginia (USA)
- BlueStar: A Design for Demand-Side Power Management Using BlueTooth-Enabled Appliances in a Solar-Powered Home (PowerPoint Presentation) ( Project Report)
Microsoft Award for Innovation
India Institute of Technology, Bombay (India)