Participating in NI Week as a non-engineer.
Last year, Digilent attended Microchip’s MASTERs Conference in Phoenix, AZ… and we are coming back for the 2015 conference!
The Electrical and Computer Engineering Department Heads Association, or ECEDHA, is one of the biggest trade shows that Digilent goes to, and I was lucky enough to be able to go this year. ECEDHA features a conference with lots of seminars, and an exposition where companies like Digilent get to show off the cool things they have to offer students.
Today’s throwback brings us a few pictures from the first time we at Digilent presented ourselves as a company in a trade show setting, around 2007. This conference was very small — it was located in the main floor entry of the ETRL building on the WSU campus. Clint (Cole), our former president, was giving a presentation as well.
CoreEL Technologies, Digilent’s exclusive academic partner in India, attended the second Indo-US Collaboration for Engineering Education 2015 (IUCEE) in Bangalore January 7-9. They showcased the demo powered by the Digilent Zynq FPGA development board, Analog Discovery, and Basys 3 Artix-7 FPGA development board in the booth and held a workshop to teach the embedded design on Xilinx’s All Programmable Zynq SoC with the Digilent Zedboard.
Xilinx University Program and Digilent China, our licensed partner in China, recently attended the Teaching Electronics Innovation Technology for Higher Education Conference 2014. The conference was organized by 360 Electronic Engineering Technology, one of the most popular engineering education portals in China. This conference is held for a month across China in Beijing, Shanghai, Harbin, Xian, Nangjing, Wuhan, Chengdu, and Guangzhou.
I just got back from Birmingham, and I’m eager to share some of the experiences we had at SEFI 2014 Conference. It took place from September 16-18, bringing Digilent in front of the pan-European university representatives. The event was organized in conjunction with our distributor from Germany, Trenz Electronic.
Digilent is happy to announce that we’re at HI-TEC from July 23-24. The High Impact Technology Exchange Conference (HI-TEC) is being held at Chicago’s Hyatt Regency from July 21-24 and Digilent’s booth (number 711) is in the exhibit hall. Come find us there!
Here’s to another wonderful ASEE! Last week several of us went to Indianapolis to exhibit at the American Society for Engineering Education conference.
One of the best parts of traveling to a conference like ASEE is getting to participate in hands on workshops. I love getting to go to these, because many times, these are teaching experiences that I’ve only heard about that use Digilent products, so it was a welcome change to be able to see one in action.
Digilent recently attended the pre-conference workshop session at the American Control Conference (ACC) at the Hilton Portland & Executive Tower in Portland, Oregon. We were there to provide support for the Analog Discovery, which was being showcased in the pre-conference workshop “Ubiquitous Hands-On Learning: The Future of Engineering Education”. Workshop speakers included Bonnie Ferri, Al Ferri, and Deborah Warner. In addition to the presenters, 9 attendees were there. After discussing student involvement in engineering education, participants were able to play with various test and measurement devices.
We are excited to announce that that we will be hosting a pre-conference workshop this year at the American Society for Engineering Education (ASEE) conference in Indianapolis. This workshop will be led by our Academic Initiatives Director, John Schneider, and will be held on Sunday, June 16, at the Indianapolis Convention Center. We are excited to promote our “every student, every assignment” message with this workshop entitled, “Teaching Engineering Design with Student-Owned Digital and Analog Lab Equipment”. Look for pictures of the workshop to be posted after the event!
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