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34 Research Topics, 9 Students & 3 Robotic Hardware Teams

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GS Computer Engineering undergrad & grad students at IEEE SoutheastCon in Huntsville, AL.

Electrical & Computer Engineering students presented 34 research topics (posters) at IEEE’s SoutheastCon. Georgia Southern was also represented by our three robotic hardware competition teams. 

SoutheastCon is an annual conference that brings together computer scientists, electrical, and computer engineering professionals, faculty and students to share the latest information through technical sessions, tutorials, and exhibits. 

Considered IEEE Region 3’s most influential conference for promoting awareness of the technical contributions made by our profession to the advancement of engineering science and to the community. Region 3 includes Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Indiana, Kentucky, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, Virginia, and Jamaica.

Faculty mentor Rami Haddad, Ph.D. worked with our students in the research and development phases and also participated in the conference. He received the Outstanding Engineering Educator award for 2019.


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