Project Archive – Old

An IEEE Foundation Signature Program, EPICS in IEEE has proven its ability to deliver on the IEEE core purpose of fostering technological innovation and excellence for the benefit of humanity. More than 50 socially innovative EPICS in IEEE projects are occurring around the world.


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IEEE Region 8

  • University of Cape Town (South Africa Section, South Africa) – Western Cape Breeze
  • Kyambogo University – (Uganda) – Poverty Reduction and Environmental Conservation Through Solar Powered Solutions
  • University of Lagos (Nigeria, Nigeria Section) – Image Processing Approach to the Modeling and Design of an Intelligent Traffic Control System
  • Instituto Superior Tecnico (Portugal Section, Portugal) – EPICS in Portugal
  • University of Nairobi, Moi University, and Jomo Kenyatta University (Kenya Section, Kenya) – Delivering Educational Content to Visually Impaired Persons Using Low-cost Devices
  • Makerere University, Kyambogo University ( Uganda Section, Uganda) – Development of Science, Technology and Innovation Management System a Web-based Solution
  • Makerere University ( Uganda Section, Uganda) – Setting Up A Functional Computer Lab
  • University of Johannesburg (University of Johannesburg Student Section, South Africa) – Insect Monitoring System for Plant Protection


IEEE Region 9

  • Universidad Surcolombiana (Colombia Section, Colombia) – Design and Development of a Photovoltaic System for Public Services at Public High School


IEEE Region 10

  • National Institute of Technology Warangal (Hyderabad Section, India) – Device To Assist Children With Cognitive Disorders
  • IES College of Engineering (Kerala Section, India) – Green Cart
  • IEEE GOLD Bangalore (Bangalore Section, India) – Video Learning for Rural Schools
  • National Institute of Technology, Karnataka, Surathkal (Bangalore Section, India) – Humanitarian Computing Local Solutions for the Visually Impaired
  • National Institute of Technology Warangal (Hyderabad Section, India) – Device to Assist Communication of Disabled Based on Hand Gesture Recognition Project
  • Shri Vishnu College for Women, Bhimavaram (Hyderabad Section, India) – Wrist Band For Hearing Impaired
  • Shri Vishnu College for Women, Bhimavaram (Hyderabad Section, India) – Learning Aids for Visually Challenged
  • REVA ITM (Bangalore Section, India) – Indian Rural Cardiac Health Care – Exploring ICT for Cardiovascular Disease Using Phonocardiography
  • MSRIT (Bangalore Section, India) – Laptop Interfaced Multi-Purpose Probe
  • RV College of Engineering (Bangalore Section, India) – Eye-Gesture Controlled Semi-Automatic Mobility Assist With Electro-Oculography-Based Human-Wheelchair Interface
  • BVBCET Hubli (Bangalore Section, India) – Communicative Hand Glove for Deaf and Mute
  • Beijinh Jiaotong University (Beijing Section, China) – Intelligent Bookshelf Designed for Children and the Disabled
  • Swinburne University of Technology Sarawak (Malaysia Section, Malaysia) – Developing a Real Time Activity Recognition for Children with Communication and Social Interaction Disabilities
  • Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham (Kerala Section, India) – PULSS: Prenatal Ultrasound Scan System for Low Resource Settings
  • Xi’an Jiaotong University (Xi’an Section, China) – Education and Outreach of Electrical Engineering and Renewable Energy
  • National Institute of Technology Warangal (Hyderabad Section, India) – Educational Device for the Mentally Disadvantaged and Learning Disabled
  • JRE Group of Institutions, (Delhi Section, India) – A Non-Chemical Electronic Agile Pest Control Device
  • Hamdard University, (Karachi Section, Pakistan) – Analytical Application for Baseline Survey 2014

Learn more about EPICS in IEEE’s past projects around the world.