National Instruments Digital Integrated Circuits Design Award
The National Instruments Digital Integrated Circuits Design Award seeks to motivate outstanding students who are enrolled in 30.202 Digital Integrated Circuits Design offered by the Engineering Product Development (EPD) pillar.
Strong academic performance in 30.202 Digital Integrated Circuits Design module.
BENEFITS OF AWARD
A cash prize of $1,500 and a National Instrument product.
The award will be given to the most outstanding student in the 30.202 Digital Integrated Circuits Design module. Student with the highest score at the end of the term will be selected for the award. Scoring will be based on both individual and group work. Selection of the recipient will be made by faculty teaching the course.
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