Altair announced that Gastón Ezequiel Pérez, a final year electrical engineering student from the Universidad Tecnológica Nacional, Facultad Regional Buenos Aires, Argentina, has won the 2014 FEKO Student Competition, an international contest organized in support of engineering education and academic excellence.
NI (formerly AWR Corp.) awarded the first, second and third place winning teams of the IMS2014 Student Design Contest for high-efficiency power amplifier and high-sensitivity radar complementary one-year licenses of NI AWR Design Environment™ software.
Anritsu Co., a global leader in microwave and RF test solutions, announces a partnership with Elliptika to create Eductika, an original and innovative microwave teaching kit for students at colleges and universities. Anritsu's VNA Master™ series of handheld vector network analyzers is part of the complete turnkey solution that can be used by professors to teach the fundamentals of RF and microwave technologies.
STMicroelectronicshas launched the first iNEMO®Design Challenge in Italy, inviting students and engineers to design innovative applications built around the company’s iNEMO smart multi-sensor technology.
Agilent Technologies Inc. announced it will work with the College of Engineering at the University of California, Berkeley, to provide an enhanced learning experience for engineering students using Agilent’s BenchVue software.
AWR Corp. announces the winners of its 2013 Xidian University student design competition, held this autumn in Xi’an, China as part of the company’s global Student Design Competition Program. The Xidian competition was announced in June of this year and resulted in dozens of high quality designs being submitted. The winners were announced during an awards ceremony this November.
A new AWR Customer Success Story details how North Carolina State University (NCSU) students enrolled in an advanced RF/microwave research and design course used AWR’s Microwave Office® and AXIEM® software to successfully complete their senior design project for a low-noise GPS amplifier and an X-Band power amplifier targeting the 8-10GHz frequency span.
Coilcraft Inc. recently delivered two sets of Power Magnetics Parts Cabinets to the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign. The parts will be used in Professor Philip Krein’s undergraduate- and graduate-level Power Electronics Labs.