The Audio Engineering Society is calling for submissions for its second student design competition. The competition will be held in San Francisco this October during its 116th convention.
Entries will be judged by a panel of industry experts in design and manufacturing. Multiple prizes will be awarded.
Projects may include, but are not limited to loudspeakers, electronic circuits, software, microphones, musical instruments or anything that can be made for use in the audio field.
According to John Monforte, organizer of this year's competition, "This is an excellent opportunity for students to have their work reviewed and evaluated by professionals, and for manufacturers to meet with up-and-coming design talent".
The competition complements other student activities, which include recording competitions and paper presentations that are part of the upcoming convention's activities specifically directed towards students.
For more information about these submissions, the San Francisco convention, or AES membership, visit www.aes.org.