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We are happy to announce that apart from the numerous participants at the EU Robotics Week of Klagenfurt, various newspapers and TV/Radio channels were also interested in the event and in what the IEEE Student Branch does at TeWi AAU. Below we are collecting our appearances in the press. Please visit our website frequently, the list will continuously grow!


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Wettkampf der Roboter in Klagenfurt

"Eine Woche lang drehte sich im Lakeside Park in Klagenfurt alles um Roboter. Diese "European Robotics Week" wurde von der IEEE Student Branch organisiert. Und am Finaltag fand dann der Wettkampf der Roboter statt."


Roboter-Woche an der Uni!

"Erstmals nimmt die Klagenfurter Alpen-Adria-Uni heuer an der

Read more: Robotics Week in the Press


An Advent calendar is a special calendar used to count or celebrate the days in anticipation of Christmas. Advent calendars typically begin on December 1 and provide a window to open until December 24. Usually they have windows, which you can open each day containing some chocolate or other stuff. But what is better to kill some time until Christmas, Hanukkah, Yule, Kwanzaa, Diwali, Boxing Day, etc. than an Advent calendar giving you a programming problem every day?

The Advent

Read more: Advent Programming Challenge 2015

Dear students,

The IEEE Student Branch is organizing a student paper contest.
Deadline is December 10 (hard). To participate, please send your paper (maximum 6 pages, two-column style) to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Read more: Student Paper Contest

The IEEE Student Branch Klagenfurt is going to participate in the Pub Quiz at the Claddagh Irish pub. If you would like to participate, just show up in Claddagh and look for the IEEE sign ;)

Link to Facebook Event

If you would like to participate with your team in the Robotics Competition on 27 November between 9-15 at Lakeside Park B01 (Demo Room), please register here: http://goo.gl/forms/7FFqvuwKfN

The task of the competition will be to build and program a LEGO robot which will then compete with other teams' robots.

The maximum number of teams that can participate is 14 due to technical limitations. The registration is therefore on a first come, first served basis and all teams will be informed

Read more: Registration for the Competition