TI analog design contest

Posted on Friday, January 13th, 2012 in contest by the machinegeek

For all our European readers who lament contests limited to USA residents only, here’s one for you. TI is hosting the Analog Design Contest (ADC) and its limited to entrants in the EU and other specified nations (not including the Americas). Its purpose is to encourage system-level design within Universities by providing the opportunity for students to work on a design project using TI’s broad range of high-performance analog IC’s. It’s open to teams of between 2-5 members who must be eighteen years of age or older and registered engineering students (undergraduates, Masters and PhDs).

Read all the details and contest rules on the TI’s ADC page.

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One Response to “TI analog design contest”

  1. Stephen Hill says:

    Shame this isn’t open to hobbyists too, however, it looks like a good opportunity for students.

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