The FEKO Student Competition is an international contest organised annually by the Altair team in support of engineering education. The competition is open to all under-graduate and post-graduate students, anywhere in the world, who are using FEKO.
Solve an engineering problem using FEKO and you could win!
Find out more about the 2018 winning entries
The FEKO Student Competition has been running for more than 15 years and attracts students interested in antennas, microwave devices, bio-electromagnetic compatibility and other electromagnetic related fields and gives them an opportunity to showcase their work using FEKO software.
What were we looking for?
The winner is judged on the extent to which FEKO features were appropriately applied for the maximum benefit, as well as on insight shown into the EM problem at hand.
Your submission should clearly describe:
What could you win?
See our past FEKO Student Competition Winners!
2018 Winning Entry Didier Goulet-Tran from Polytechnique Montreal, Canada
2018 Honorable Mentions Vignesh Mahohar (UCLA, USA) & Sumitra Dey (University of Missouri Kansas City, USA)
2017 Winning entry Kei Li from Xidian University, China
2017 Honorable Mentions Vignesh Manohar (UCLA, USA) & S Vinoth Kumar (III, India)
Daniel Ung, Curtin University/ICRAR (Australia)
"Embedded Element Pattern Beam Model for Murchison Widefield Array"
2016 Honorable Mention
Montaha Bouezzeddine, RheinMain University of Applied Sciences (Germany)
"Design of a 4-Port Tunable MIMO Antenna System for a Femto-Cell Base-Station using FEKO"
Ting-Yen Shih, University of Wisconson-Madison (USA)
"Design of Platform-Mounted HF Antennas with Enhanced Bandwidth using Characteristic Mode Configuration in FEKO"
2015 Honorable Mentions
Marno van Rooyen, University of Pretoria (South Africa)
"Dual Band Directional WLAN Antenna with High Gain"
Mahrukh Khan, University of Missouri (USA)
"Characteristic Mode Analysis of a Class of Emperical Design Techniques for Probe-Fed U-Slot Micro-Strip Patch Antennas using FEKO"
Stanley O'Kuja University of Stellenbosch (South Africa)
"Characterization of RF Signal Coupling Between MeerKAT Telescopic Structures"