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        Engineering Competition

        Rohde & Schwarz Engineering Competition

        Work on a real business challenge, put your knowledge into practice and win up to USD 10,000!

        Get ready for the next challenge!

        60 teams and 1 goal: Detect the difference and make the difference! With a great finale our 18th Engineering Competition ended on May 25th and the winners now can celebrate their ability to make ideas real as well as their price money of up to USD 10.000. Congratulations to our teams from TU Ilmenau, TU Munich, ETH Zurich and Augsburg University of Applied Sciences - but now their success has to be defended!

        Our next Engineering Competition will take place in spring 2023 and you can be part of it! Save the date and wait for the next challenge release here on this page.

        You want to know more about our last competition in 2022? Watch our trailer and be curious about the challenge to be solved in 2023!

        Engineering Competition 2022
        Our Engineering Competition Challenge in 2022

        Why to participate

        About the Engineering Competition

        About the Engineering Competition

        For more than 18 years Rohde & Schwarz is hosting its international student competition with over 2,300 participants from all over the world.

        Our Engineering competition is …

        • An exciting experience!
          Get the opportunity to work on a real technical R&S day-to-day challenge!
        • An international community!
          Meet students from all over the world!
        • A place for networking!
          Take the chance to network with R&S employees!

        What former participants say

        Lukas Wörle

        Lukas Wörle (participated in 2007, now Software Developer at Rohde & Schwarz)

        "We divided the tasks among us so that everyone could contribute their best to the success of the team. Nevertheless, we discussed our approach to solutions, and you get inspired by your teammates' ideas. This has helped me a lot."

        Florian Schlembach

        Florian Schlembach (participated in 2013)

        "One challenge is certainly, to work on demanding tasks under time pressure and create an attractive presentation. But it was a lot of fun for me to do it together with other students in a team."

        Sven Wittig

        Sven Wittig (participated in 2015)

        "It is crucial to be able to assess one's own strengths and those of one's team memmbers properly and to focus under time pressure on the tasks one does best. And one must be able to quickly understand new subjects and apply them in practice. What did I like most? During the final round in Munich, there was still time to explore the city and get to know Rohde & schwarz better."


        What fields of study are acceptable for participation in the competition?

        The tasks are aimed at students majoring in electrical engineering or information technology – ideally with first experiences with image recognition, but don’t hesitate to register even if you are just teaching yourself the necessary basics!

        How many semesters must students have completed to participate?

        We recommend that students have completed at least second year. But, students who have completed fewer semesters may participate. Get participants who have completed higher semesters to be part of your team!

        Which academic degrees can participants hold?

        It doesn't matter whether the participants are working towards a bachelor's, master's or diploma.

        Which groups are excluded from participating?

        Students that have finished or left their studies, graduates and PhD candidates are not allowed to participate. Please note: This is a competition for students of electrical and software engineering.

        What knowledge do the participants need?

        Many solutions lead to the goal! However, knowledge in Python and first experiences with image recognition methods are required to automatically analyze the provided microwave images. Furthermore, we recommend to build an interdisciplinary team.

        Can I take part without a team?

        We ask you to register as a team. Teams may consist of three to five persons.


        Maximilian Henninger

        Maximilian Henninger

        University Marketing


        Location: Munich, Germany
        Languages: German, English