Circuits Video Contest
IEEE SSCS International Student Circuits Video Contest
Submission Deadline: December 15, 2019
The IEEE Solid-State Circuits Society is pleased to announce a second 2019 student contest: the SSCS Circuits Video Contest.
WHAT: Create fun short (5-minute to 10-minute) videos that explain circuits
AUDIENCE: High school students
HOW: Tell a story that uses drawings, cartoons, and analogies to connect a circuits topic to a real-world application.
This example video about Machine Learning shows the style of video: https://youtu.be/ZmBUnJ7lGvQ
Think about telling a story to connect your audience to the circuits concept you chose in a way that they can understand. The template below is a suggested approach for formulating your story, but creative alternatives are encouraged:
1. Students pick a circuits topic (e.g., ADC, Low power digital, RF TX ...)
2. Begin your video by describing a compelling application (link to the real world)
3. Define a step-by-step connection from the application to the circuit
4. Explain how the circuit works, at an appropriate level for the audience
5. Revisit the impact at the application level
The objective of this contest is to excite students about circuit design and its impact on important applications. Submissions are solicited by both undergraduate and graduate students who are currently enrolled in a college or university.
The submission deadline is December 15, 2019.
All video submissions must be posted online (e.g., on YouTube or a similar site) and then submitted using the form at this link: https://app.smartsheet.com/b/form/df8d23562694492381af4f8224e875e9
Video submissions should:
- Motivate a real-world application of circuits
- Give clear step-by-step explanations with animated figures
- Be clear and appealing to high-school students
- Be about ~5 minutes in length (10 minutes maximum)
Students who submit videos that are selected for voting will receive one year of free SSCS membership.
This contest is open to undergraduate and graduate students who are currently enrolled in a college or university. IEEE and/or SSCS membership is NOT a requirement to enter this contest. Group entries are allowed.
RULES AND REGULATIONS:
Please be sure to read the contest guidelines, rules, and regulations - Click here to access.