Got an Embedded Design? Compete in the Cornell Cup USA!


September 25, 2012

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Would you like a chance to prove your innovative embedded design ideas on a national venue? Cornell Cup USA, presented by Intel, is a very open competition to design, build and demonstrate your greatest invention ideas. The competition is open to both Undergraduate and Masters students, forming teams of 3-5 students in either engineering or computer science, with at least one faculty advisor from your university. The project is designed to highlight the professional design process that leads to an innovative end product. Significant support is made available to all teams who apply and are accepted to the final round of the competition.  The deadline to apply is Wednesday, October 17th, 2012.  Approximately 20 teams will be accepted to the final round where they well get free HW, access to Intel and Cornell technical support, $2500 cash,  and an invitation to the final event on May 3-4, 2013 at Walt Disney World.  The grand prize is $10,000.  For more information, visit the Cornell Cup USA website and fill out the Team Interest Form.

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