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The Icon Bar: News and features: ARM launches student design competition
 

ARM launches student design competition

Posted by Richard Goodwin on 16:21, 7/3/2001 | , , ,
 
ARM have launched a competition for students to "demonstrate their knowledge, teamwork and innovation with an ARM core-based design", according to Matt Lee, ARM's University Programming Manager.

The rules are pretty open - although the contest is under the heading of "University Contest", any student or group of students from Unis or senior/high schools can enter. And the subject of the design can be pretty much anything, so long as it uses or emulates at least one ARM processor. Suggested ideas include embedded RT Linux applications, cryptography, low-power applications, simulation, language interpreters and compilers.

ARM is not only interested in new low-cost, low-power solutions; entrants will also be judged upon the innovation of their designs. Prizes include professional design kits and ARM powered devices

More info can be found on ARM's website.
 

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The Icon Bar: News and features: ARM launches student design competition