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The second edition of Intel Embedded Systems Competition 2014 will be a competition open to undergraduate and graduate students, providing the opportunity to develop Intelligent and Innovative Systems and contribute to the evolution of this segment of Computing in Brazil. 
Submission's deadline is June 15. The selected teams will receive a development board for the project preparation. During development, each team have to produce a report that should be delivered October 30, then your project will be presented at SBESC, which will be held between November 03-07.







Groups of up to 3 students Undergraduate and / or Graduate; All groups must have a mentor who is a professor at the University in which participating students are enrolled; Submit an Embedded System contained in one of the following areas: 

- Real Time Programming 
- Security and Secure Applications 
- System-on-a-chip (SOC) interfaces 
- Power Aware Applications 
- Multi-Core/Multi-Threading 
- Networking Applications 
- Graphics and Video applications 
- Embedded Software Development 

Selection Criteria:

- Originality: 20%
- Implementation: 20%
- Description and objectives: 20%
- Applicability: 30%
- Adherence to themes: 10%

Final Grade = (sum_criteria) x Final Report (0 or 1)


- Subscriptions deadline: June 27 (only for whom have sent the proposal by email)
- Second phase announcement: July 15
- Boards delivered: July 30
- FINAL Report: October 15 - October 30
- Final Event (SBESC): November 03-07


Submission proposal (download here)

Submission process:
1- download the document "modelo-proposta-competição-intel-embarcados-sbesc2014.docx"
2- fill the document with all the information about your project (documents with missed information will not be accepted)
3- send the file to the email submissaocopmeticaointel at gmail.com BEFORE June 19th, 11:59PM

Click Here to be notified when registration is available


Seminnar: News about the competition


May 23 - 9h (NEXT!)
May 30 - 15h
June 06 - 9h
June 30 - 15h

Competition Webinars


1st Place: Travel to Intel Labs USA*
2nd Place: Intel Tablets for students and professor
3rd Place: 1 Galileo for each student and 10 for the University

Special Awards:
Best women group: Ultrabook for the students and Intel tablet for the professor
Best undergraduation project: Participation in Cornell Cup 2015*
Public choice: Tablet for each student

  • The costs of travel and accommodation are part of the prize. Visa, food and displacement will be responsibility of the participants.


The Altera DE2i-150 board has an Embedded FPGA chip and an Intel Atom N2600. It will be the Hardware delivered for the development of the projects during the competition. (Manual)