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CSIDC 2000: The Computer Society 1st Annual International Design Competition

  CSIDC 2000 Home
  Timetable summary
  Project kits
  Selection process
  Application instructions
    Instructions for mentors
    Instructions for teams
    Application form
  General competition rules
  Submission requirements
  Report outline
  Judging criteria
    Guidelines & application
    Project kits
  Project definition
  Media room
  Announcement poster
  Guidelines (PDF, 36.4k)
  Application (PDF, 18.9k)

The goal of the Computer Society International Design Competition (CSIDC) is to advance excellence in education by having student teams design and implement computer-based solutions to real-world problems. This year's inaugural CSIDC is focused on Embedded Systems. All the details about the competition are found by following the links to the right.

Inaugural Financial Sponsors and Technology Sponsors

The Computer Society is indebted to a number of firms that are supporting this competition. Their logos are shown below, with live links.

Financial Sponsors

Technology Sponsors


The inaugural financial sponsors are (in alphabetical order): AMD (Advanced Micro Devices, Inc.), HP (Hewlett-Packard Co.), Intel Corp., Lucent Technologies, Microsoft Corp., Motorola, US National Science Foundation (NSF), Science Applications International Corp. (SAIC), and Sun Microsystems, Inc. The inaugural technology sponsors, who donated the contents of the CSIDC Project Kits are (in alphabetical order): AMD, Caldera Systems, Inc., Calluna Technology, Ltd., General Software, Inc., M-Systems, Inc., Metrowerks, Inc., Microsoft Corp., Pervasive Software, Inc., QNX Software Systems, Ltd., and VersaLogic Corp.

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