Intel FPGAs (altera.com), Terasic (terasic.com), and CNFM (National Coordination in Micro and
Nano electronics training in France) invite you to participate in an FPGA design contest.
This is your opportunity to discover new and innovative ways to use FPGAs whilst improving
your design and engineering skills. The competition will be split into five categories:
1. Internet Of Things (objects, gateways/network, security features, ...)
2. High Performance Computing (software acceleration w/ FPGAs)
3. Machine Learning (neural networks applications w/ FPGAs, ...)
4. Digital Design, and 5. Best undergraduate team project.
The competition is open to all students currently enrolled in Electrical, Electronics or
Computer Engineering degree courses. Both undergraduate students (Bachelor of Science or
Bachelor of Engineering) and graduate students (Master of Science, Master of Engineering,
or Doctor of Philosophy) are welcome. Participants may work alone or in teams of up to
four members. Participants must be supervised by a professor. Several participants or teams
from the same school may participate
Competitors should apply for participation via the Intel FPGA Innovate Europe web site,
providing full project details. Applications will be assessed and the teams/individuals with
the most interesting projects will be selected for participation in the competition.
Participating teams will be provided with Intel PSG hardware, software and IPs in order to
complete their projects. Submission deadline: April 30, 2017.
Pole CNFM de Montpellier
161 rue Ada
34095 Montpellier Cedex 5
Phone: +33 4 67 41 86 54
Further details including entry, timetable, and terms and conditions can be found on the
competition website: http://www.innovateeurope.org/eu/
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