The IEEE EMC Society would like to invite students currently enrolled in a college or university at either the graduate or undergraduate level to submit a hardware design that demonstrates clear and convincing understanding of a fundamental electromagnetic interference (EMI) or signal/power integrity (SIPI) control methodology or technique. Students may enter as individuals or as teams comprised entirely of students.
The winning entry will receive a prize of $900 (USD) and up to $2,100 (USD) to assist in defraying the cost for one or more team members to attend the 2019 IEEE International Symposium on EMC to be held in New Orleans, Louisiana, USA, the week of 22 through 26 July 2019. The second-place team will receive a prize of $500 (USD).
The IEEE James C. Klouda Memorial Scholarship was established in memory of James C. Klouda and his professional career in the field of electromagnetic compatibility. The Scholarship Fund awards, on an annual basis, a scholarship to a qualified undergraduate student or graduate student who seeks an electrical engineering degree with emphasis in the field of electromagnetic compatibility or a related discipline, from an accredited US university or college.
EMCS student membership for one year
The Chicago Chapter of the IEEE EMC Society has established a college scholarship program with scholarships to be awarded to an undergraduate or a graduate college student.