Development phase deadline 30th June 2017...

IEEEmadC (Mobile Applications Development Contest) is an international contest organized by IEEE for all students across the globe. We invite all students to participate in this contest and win attractive prizes.

Attractive prizes

We have awesome prizes for you plus all participants who submit an app will be given certificate of participation

HOW ?

Team of up to three students are invited to devise and develop mobile applications that be will benefit to IEEE, technology, science or education.

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IEEEmadC 2017

Who Should Apply ?

Students are invited to compete individual or in teams of up to three student members. Any undergraduate, graduate or phd student can compete. Multiple teams can be formed at the same university. Each team can submit up to 3 different applications. One student can be part of 2 different teams (i.e. one designer can create design for two different teams). Teams must adhere to the deadline timetable defined on this page, or else their submissions will be invalid. Teams must not accept or use any help from people not in their team. Usage of free and/or open source Internet resources is allowed, but plagiarism and cheating is not.

Statistics and facts about mobile app usage
Mobile apps are software applications designed to run on smartphones, tablets and other mobile devices. They are typically available through app stores which are operated by the owners of the mobile operating system. By 2020, mobile apps are forecast to generate around 189 billion U.S. dollars in revenues via app stores and in-app advertising. Some of the most popular operating system-native stores are Apple’s App Store, Google Play, as well as Windows Phone Store and BlackBerry App World. As of June 2016, there were 2.2 million available apps at Google Play store and two billion apps available in the Apple’s App Store, the two leading app stores in the world.

– Source statista.com

Winners selection

Winners are selected exclusively on the basis of overall score obtained from each judge during the evaluation phase. The scores from each of the categories are summed to obtain the overall score. Winners will be additionally notified by email before the public release of the contest results.

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Rules

IEEE may, within its sole discretion, require each prize winner to sign and return an affidavit of eligibility and liability and publicity release, in which each winner consents to the use of his or her name, age, hometown and photo by IEEE for advertising and promotional purposes, without any additional compensation, wherever lawful, as a precondition to award of a prize.

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SARANG S. SHAIKH
IEEEmadC 2017 Chair & Strategy Lead
JOSIP BALEN
IEEEmadC Father and Linkages Lead
PRASANTH MOHAN
Sponsorship and Partnership Lead
SANGRAM CHAVAN
Technical and Public Relations Lead
HOSSEIN BABBAE
Design Lead
AHSAN FARUQUI
Ambassadors Lead
BASSEM TARIQ
Creative Lead
HUSSEIN SHIRVANI
Digital Marketing Lead
LEE CRUDGINGTON
Communications Lead
Aditya Punjani
Aditya is a Software Engineer at Facebook, where he works on building high-performance mobile experiences. Previously Aditya was the Tech Lead of Flipkart Lite, the world's first Progressive Web App. Aditya likes to push the Web forward and is passionate about mobile application development.
Ahlem Bedoui
Ahlem is Android Developer / Teacher at Higher Institute of Applied Sciences and Technology of Sousse from 2013. She is IEEE Student Member, Co-founder of Google Developers Group Monastir and Lead of Women Techmakers Monastir. Ahlem began her PhD in the field of Management in the Department of Computing at ENSMA France and ISG Tunisia. She is a big fun of Japanese Manga and passionate about events that empower Women in Technology. Her favorite quote is: “La vie n'est pas un restaurant mais un buffet. Levez-vous pour vous servir.”
Faisal Abid
Faisal is a Google Developer Expert, Entrepreneur, and Engineer @ Zoom.ai. He is a programming language enthusiast and loves solving software engineering challenges across the stack. You can find Faisal developing mobile applications either on iOS/Android, or writing backends in Dart.
Jeremy Blum
Jeremy is an associate professor of Computer Science at the Pennsylvania State University, Harrisburg, PA, USA. His research interests include computer networks, computer security, and transportation networks. Dr. Blum is actively involved in increasing student interest in IEEE-affiliated fields. He has organized programming contests for college students in the region, which were held at Dickinson College in 2013 and 2014. For the past three years, he has been an organizer for the South Central Pennsylvania Robotics Competition.
Juan Carlos Montero
Juan is the IEEE Power & Energy Society Vice President of Membership & Image. He has previously held several other volunteer leadership roles within the IEEE Power & Energy Society at the local and international levels, including the Chair of the Costa Rica Chapter and Central America Chapter Representative. Mr. Montero received the Bachelor and Licentiate degree on Electrical Engineering from the University of Costa Rica. He is a Network Analyst in the Costa Rican National Power Control Center (CENCE). He was also Part-Time Lecturer Professor at the University of Costa Rica. Mr. Montero is a Senior Member of the IEEE.
Ray Umali
Ray has worked extensively in Africa, Central and Eastern Europe, South America and Southeast Asia as a fiber optic commissioning engineer and through non-profit and volunteer initiatives with Techsoup Global and Peace Corps. Ray began working with open source and Drupal while living in Poland, and ever since, he has been an advocate of open source and open science. As an IEEE product manager, he contributed to the launch of the IEEE Open Engineer mobile app and the IEEE PES Resource Center. Currently, Ray supports IEEE Collabratec and IEEE.tv with IEEE Member and Geographic Activities (MGA).
Ricardo Queirós
Ricardo holds a PhD on Computer Science and is an assistant professor of Computer Science at the Polytechnic Institute of Porto. He is also a researcher in the field of e-learning interoperability and programming languages learning at the Center for Research in Advanced Computing Systems (CRACS) research group of INESC TEC Porto. He is one of the development team members that created Enki, a gamified IDE for learning computer programming powered by Mooshak (a system for managing online programming contests often used in the IEEEXtreme competitions). He is also the author of 5 books regarding Android development and has almost 100 scientific publications focused on computer science education.
Xun Luo
Xun is currently a full professor of Computer Science at Tianjin University of Technology, and adjunct professor with University of California, San Diego. He had over 10 years tenure in the industry with Qualcomm Research and Motorola Labs. Dr. Luo conducts applied research in networking, systems, and applications in the pervasive and ubiquitous computing & communications context with 21 issued and pending U.S. patents, numerous conference/journal papers and three book chapters. He graduated from the University of Illinois at Chicago with doctoral degree in Computer Science. Dr. Luo had been a long time judge for IEEE paper contests and Micromouse competition in Region 6 (western United States). He also served in over 20 IEEE conference committees, including the role of tutorial chair for IEEE GlobeCom conference in 2012.

Faisal Abid – Google Developer Expert, Entrepreneur, and Engineer

I’ve been a IEEEmadC judge for the past 2 years now and it’s been a really great experience. I was very surprised at the amount of creativity there is among students. It’s hard to choose just one project which impressed me because there are so many that i love. It sounds cliche but every student who participates for IEEEmadC has the potential to change the world with their talent and I can’t wait to see what they have in store for me this year!