2014 IEEE International Microwave Symposium | Tampa Bay, Florida
A closely contested competition consisting of nine teams, comprising a total of fourteen students, was held on June 3, 2014. For the contest, students were to design and measure (on-site) an RF MEMS tunable notch filter to reduce interference at GPS frequencies. The judges for the event were drawn from the ranks of industry and government. The top three winning teams were each awarded cash prizes and a one-year IntelliSuite MEMS software license. The winners were:
- 1st Place: Mark Hickle, Purdue University, USA
- 2nd Place: Kevin Yang, University of Waterloo, Canada
- 3rd Place: Mehdi Nosrati and Nahid Vahabisani, University of Alberta, Canada
Congratulations! ! !
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