Due to high interest, the registration deadline for the Texas Instruments Innovation Challenge: Europe Analog Design Contest 2014 has been extended to 30th April 2014.The TI Innovation Challenge: Europe Analog Design Contest 2014 gives European university students an opportunity to show creativity and engineering skills whilst working on a design project using TI’s broad range of high-performance analog integrated circuits (ICs). Contestants, who must be registered on an engineering course, will be able to gain experience and recognition in the analog field as well as competing against other teams for cash prizes!
Project designs must incorporate a minimum of three different Texas Instruments integrated circuits (ICs): either three analog ICs or two analog ICs and a TI processor. All registered teams will be eligible to receive $100 of tools from TI’s European University Program.
If you are interested in finding out more information about the contest and for the rules, visit ti.com/tiic-eu.
Interested in a career at TI? Visit careers.ti.com and apply!