1. Virginia Tech (VT) will have a no-cost, royalty free, nonexclusive license to use the entry (code and documentation) internally for research. Thus, VT keeps the entries.
2. VT will provide space to store files of participating teams and will take reasonable measures to restrict access to each team’s files to that team’s members and to Virginia Tech personnel. However, VT is not liable for loss or corruption of electronic files or for loss of points or competitive advantage in the challenge due to hardware or software failures, human error, or any other causes, or for unauthorized access to files by other parties and any associated detrimental effects to affected team or teams. Participating teams are encouraged to make frequent backups of all of their files in case files stored on VT’s CORNET servers are lost or corrupted.
3. The faculty advisor and participants in this challenge are responsible for complying with all applicable laws, regulations, and restrictions, including export restrictions and Federal Communications Commission rules, and for protection of any proprietary information or items used in the challenge. Each team that is invited to the final competition will give a brief presentation on their work for the challenge and provide a report of up to 4,000 words plus figures and tables, to be posted on the Wireless @ Virginia Tech website.
4. Participants who attend the final competition at Virginia Tech will attend all challenge-related events, including those hosted by challenge sponsors.
5. Any visit to Virginia Tech by a foreign national is subject to an export compliance review. Please refer to http://www.iss.vt.edu/index.php/vt-department-host/visitor-b-visa-waiver for more information.
By signing and submitting the entry form you agree to the terms and conditions as outlined above.