The event includes different levels of competitions ranging from presentations/demos all the way to computer programming and mobile computing.
Namely, the following competitions are proposed:
|Grades: 7-9||Presentation contest||
A maximum of a 10-minute presentation (with maximum of 10 slides) followed by 5 minutes Q&A. The theme of the presentations is:
|Grades: 10-12||Computer programming||
The participating teams will be asked to solve programming problems during the day of the competition at AUS (onsite).
|Grades: 10-12||Mobile App development||
The teams will develop a mobile app prior to the competition day and demo it to the judges at AUS. The source code must be available as well.
|Grades: 10-12||Web Development||
The participating teams are asked to develop a web application related to:
Schools are asked to submit their project names, team names and advisor names as part of the registration process.
For each competition track, if a school has segregated boys and girls campuses, then each campus can form its own team. If a school has one campus (co-education), then the school can form one team for each track.
Each team will consist of 2-3 students.
Each team is asked to bring their own laptop and an optional LCD projector.
AUS will provide poster stands, tables, chairs and power outlets for the participating teams.
Evaluation will be conducted by AUS faculty, lab instructors and graduate teaching assistants.
Criteria for the evaluation will be announced during the meeting with school representatives. The meeting will be held at AUS on the 19th of November, 2018.
Four winning teams will be announced per level.
If a track has 4 or less teams then only the first and second teams will be presented with awards.
Winners will receive certifications and valuable awards.
Each participant will receive a certificate of participation.
For the programming competition, the following software packages are available at AUS:
a. Java : Netbeans 8.2 with JDK 1.8
b. Python: Python 3.6 with the built-in basic IDE
c. C++: Visual Studio 2015
d. VB.NET: Visual Studio 2015 with .Net Framework 4.5
AUS will hold a meeting to introduce the competition to school teachers and/or administrators. The meeting will be for around 2 hours where the competition rules, tracks, and registration will be explained followed by a Q&A session. Refreshments will be available as well.
This meeting is optional as you can always contact us by email or phone.
The meeting date is 31/January/2019 (Thursday) from 11:30AM to 1:30PM.
The meeting venue is the Senate Room of the Main Building.
AUS campus, main building
23 April, 2019 (Tuesday)
Time: 09:00 am-02:00 pm
Tentative schedule of the competition's day:
09:00 – 09:30 Arrival and registration at the main building
09:30 – 10:00 Presentation and poster setup
10:00 – 12:00 Competitions and judging
12:00 – 01:00 Break, refreshments will be served
01:00 - 02:00 Award ceremony
• No. of Participating Schools : 15
• No. of Participating Teams : 55
• No. of Participating Students : 141
Posters – Grade 4-6:
Presentations – Grade 7-9:
Mobile Apps – Grade 10-12:
Web Development – Grade 10-12:
Programming – Grade 10-12:
Competition Judges & Orginazors: