University Program

  • Middle and high school girls got a first-hand look at how they can be cool and smart at the Women in Engineering panel held at this year’s Texas BEST Regional Robotics Championship, November 14-15. BEST, which stands for Boosting Engineering...
  • To follow is the sixth in a series of blogs on the value of participating in the TI Innovation Challenge Design Contest. It is no coincidence that the overwhelming majority of entries into the TI Innovation Design Contest (TIIC) are framed around...
  • Mark your calendars for Friday, 14 th November, 10-12pm, when during the world's leading trade fair for components, systems and applications - electronica 2014 , the four best projects of the TI Innovation Challenge Design Contest (TIIC) will be awarded...
  • Travelling via train during a festive season in India is a herculean task. The reservation counters, railway platforms and trains are heavily crowded with people confronting many challenges & travelling thousands of kilometers to reach home. The TI...
  • The link between TI and the University of Texas at Dallas (UTD) is deep and vast – beginning with the two organizations sharing the same founding fathers: Eugene McDermott, J. Erik Jonsson and Cecil Green. Hungry for top engineers to fuel the company’s...
  • Attendees at the 6th session of EDERC (European Embedded Design in Education and Research), held September 11- 12 in Milan, Italy, got an insider’s view of the future, hearing from top industry leaders at Texas Instruments and Microsoft on key innovations...
  • To follow is the fifth in series of blogs on the value of participating in the TI Innovation Challenge Design Contest. Fall is in the air, the crisp smell of new textbooks can be found on university campuses, and engineering students are diligently...
  • UC Berkeley graduate student Tom Zajdel assembles the robot built in EE40LX Now virtually anyone – quite literally – can learn the fundamentals of electronic interfaces using a hands-on, “maker” learning approach, thanks to...
  • To follow is the fourth in series of blogs on the value of participating in the TI Innovation Challenge Design Contest. While placing in the 2011 TI Innovation Challenge Design Contest helped Don Darga land a great job at Diagnostic Photonics after...
  • Many aspiring engineers have cut his or her teeth on robotics, with systems ranging from simple to highly complex. Considered an ideal teaching tool, robotic applications stimulate imagination and generate enthusiasm from project design to execution....

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