University Program

  • 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....
  • What would students give to know what’s going on inside the brain of their professor, especially around exam time? While those enrolled in the lab portion of EE40 (an introduction course to microelectronic circuits) at the University of California...
  • Cycling more than 3,000 miles across the United States from San Francisco to Washington D.C., seven dedicated college students from Harvard, MIT and Columbia spent their summer showing America’s youth how fun and fascinating engineering can be....
  • To follow is the third in a series of blogs on the value of participating in the TI Innovation Challenge Design Contest. When thinking of “rock stars” in the computing and engineering world, Bill Gates and Steve Jobs always top the list...
  • TI Innovation Lab The University of Central Florida (UCF) in Orlando has created a place located in the Engineering II building on the main campus where ideas can truly become reality with the opening of its Maker Space labs which includes the Texas...
  • Preparing students to design for the Internet of Things (IoT) has never been easier, only requiring small changes to the way engineering concepts are taught today. Everything you need is now readily available to facilitate a host of timely, relevant wireless...
  • Want to get the attention of students by integrating the Internet of Things (IoT) into your embedded microcontroller (MCU) course? Using the MSP430F5529 USB LaunchPad Evaluation Kit coupled with the SimpleLink™ Wi-Fi® CC3100 BoosterPack , students...
  • To follow is the second in a series of blogs on the value of participating in the TI Innovation Design Contest. Rice student’s passion for winning Design Innovation project turns into career path Rendering of MobileVision portable, scalable...

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