»Intel Leibniz Challenge«

Intel Leibniz Challenge 2009

It took four months to solve four difficult tasks from the areas of electrical engineering, such as developing simulations of circuits with LTSpice and constructing them in reality with a special kit. On Wednesday, 24th of June 2009, we had been invited to visit the final ceremony of the competition, because we were in the top 10 of all of the participants.

We, that's "Team bermudalabs". And we are very proud of that name, because it stands for success. And success, in this case, means we got 3rd place in a competition along with 629 competing teams and over 2250 overall participants at national level!

We were rewarded with a scholarship for the Leibniz University of Hannover, an internship at the Intel Research Facility in Braunschweig and an iPod Touch 16GB! Nobody of us could have ever imagined to be that successful in that big competition, since the decision to participate had been rather spontaneous and just for fun. We were very very happy and participated in the next years as well, of course.

Neoflash Summer Coding Competiton 2007

During my time as a homebrew developer in the PSP scene I participated in some coding competitions. Neoflash Summer Coding Competiton 2007 was the first one I took part in, and I was surprisingly successful. I participated with my homebrew drawing application called "Bermuda CS" version 7 and became 3rd.

I couldn't believe it when I saw the results. The third place was rewarded with $100 cash. This, and all the honor bestowed to me by the homebrew community was enough to encourage me to participate another time!