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Analog Devices University Contest

The goal of this contest is to inspire engineering students from around the world to develop hands on experiences and explore new and innovative applications.

Students can select from two different categories:

Design Project

Winners of the “design” project contest will be invited to present their project to a panel of ADI Fellows and industry experts at the Analog Devices General Technical Conference (GTC) in April of 2013.

This is a great chance for you to win cash prizes ($5,000 for first prize, $3,000 for 2nd prize, $2,000 for third prize), travel (fixed stipend per team), meet new people and explore potential employment opportunities with a world leading technology company.

Academic Project

The “academic” project contest entries requires developing supporting educational collateral to be used by students in first and second year circuits and electronics programs.

This is a great chance for you to win cash prizes ($5,000 for first prize, $3,000 for 2nd prize, $2,000 for third prize), make a name for your self in the academic community and explore potential employment opportunities with a world leading technology company.

Important Dates

  • Project proposal deadline: January 15
  • ADI hardware material shipment to approved projects: February 8
  • Final submissions due: March 1
  • GTC finalist presentations: April 9

Learn more

To learn more about ADI's University program:

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