IEEE SMC 2018 Brain Hackathon: Student Competition
This is the online application form for the IEEE SMC 2018 Brain Hackathon Student Competition for undergraduate and high school students. NOTE: Applications are now only open to local students (undergraduate and high school students in Japan).
Please note that in order for your application to be complete, you must submit the following:
1) The online application form, including a 500 word essay about why you want to participate in the Brain Hackathon.
2) A PDF copy of your unofficial transcript, emailed to
3) A one-page letter of recommendation from a faculty member at your school, emailed to
For more information regarding the IEEE SMC 2018 Brain Hackathon Student Competition, please see the application announcement:
For more information regarding the IEEE SMC 2018 Brain Hackathon, please visit:
If you have any questions regarding the application, please email
Are you a high school or undergraduate student?
What is your expected graduation (e.g. spring 2019)
Why do you want to participate in the IEEE SMC 2018 Brain Hackathon
Please write your motivation 500 words or less.
Who is providing your letter of recommendation? (Name/Title)
One recommendation letter from a faculty member should be emailed to
. The recommendation letter should address why the student should be selected for participation in the Brain Hackathon. Recommendation letters may be sent after this form is submitted, but they must be received before the application deadline of June 15, 2018.
Please briefly describe any prior experience in fields relevant to the Hackathon (including neuroscience, brain technologies, engineering, software programming, robotics, AR/VR app development, web/cloud technologies, etc). (Optional).
Prior experience is not required in order to apply.
Do you have a portfolio or website that you would like us to consider when judging your application? (Optional).
Please provide a link below; you may also email your portfolio/website to
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