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2012-2013 Texas Instruments analog design contest

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Registration is now open to students in accredited colleges in the U.S. and Canada.  To compete, students must use 3 or more TI analog ICs in their senior design project or 2 analog ICs and a TI processor.

Named in honor of Thomas Engibous, the retired Chairman of Texas Instruments, the Engibous Prize makes cash awards to the winning teams of TI Analog Design Contest.

The prizes for first-, second-, and third-place are $10,000, $7,500 and $5,000. Student teams participating will receive a $200 coupon code good for free evaluation modules!

  • Our General-Purpose ICs page lists common IC types used in student projects and suggests some good general-purpose options.
  • Looking for design inspiration? Take a look at projects from past Engibous Prize winners.
  • Need tech support? Post your question on one of many forums devoted to analog topics on our E2E community web site.
  • Have questions about the contest? Email us at univ@ti.com
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