The China Graduate Electronics Design Contest
The China Graduate Electronics Design Contest allows graduate students to form teams and win awards by implementing creative electronics design.
The contest is a combination of open proposition and business proposition. The open proposition is divided into the following five directions: integrated circuits and smart terminals, automatic control and mechatronics, communication and network technology, technical exploration and engineering application, and software design and simulation.
MATLAB and Simulink can help your team efficiently develop AI, control and mechatronics, signal processing and communication, and image and video processing algorithms for use with embedded systems and FPGA hardware.
MathWorks is honored to sponsor the China Graduate Electronics Design Contest. Any entry that uses MATLAB and Simulink can apply for MATLAB awards. For application method and detailed prize information please refer to GEDC website.
MathWorks provides complimentary software for this competition. If your team is participating in this competition and needs software, fill out the software request form.Request software
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