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Innovation Challenge: DSP and Embedded Grand PrixThe DSP and Embedded Design Contest started in 2003 and is held every two years. From 2006, the contest expanded from mainland China to Taiwan by introducing Taiwan-mainland China DSP design contest. » Learn more Innovation Challenge: C2000 and MCU Design and Innovation CompetitionThis contest started in 2008 to support Chinese university student's exposure to TI's microcontrollers. Starting from C2000, the contest is extended to MSP430 and M3 processors. Over 400 teams from 100+ universities nationwide participate in this contest each year. » Learn more
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I am a Faculty member with WSU, Vancouver. How do I request development boards for teaching purposes? I registered initially but not via the TIuniversity program link..In any case I have not heard back...
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For everyone else's FYI - you can register for the University Program at www.ti.com/univreg. Registration for the program offers many benefits, including the opportunity to subscribe to the quarterly University Program eNewsletter, preferred pricing on tools and evaluation modules specifically for academic users, access to TI's online support, information on trainings and workshops and other useful materials to get you ramped up with TI.
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