Mai jos găsiti anuntul pentru startul competiţiei DIGILENT de anul acesta. Va reamintesc ca studenţii Facultăţii de Electronică şi Telecomunicaţii au participat an de an la această competiţie obţinând rezultate meritorii. Vă încurajăm să participaţi la această competiţie cât mai mulţi. Domnul prof. Aurel GONTEAN vă poate da mai multe detalii.
We proudly announce the 9th annual Digilent Design Contest Europe, organized within the Technical University of Cluj-Napoca, România and sponsored by Digilent!
The goal of this international student contest is to encourage students to develop their engineering hardware and software skills. We invite teams of students (one or two members) from all over Europe, to put in practice their ideas. Teams will have
approximately 6 months to design and implement a project (FPGA or microcontroller) of their choice and present the final version in May 2013 in Cluj-Napoca, România.
Students will be provided state-of-the-art Digilent FPGA or microcontroller boards as well as peripheral modules to develop their projects. Please visit our website:  http://www.digilent.ro to see all our products, especially the ones recommended for this year competition.
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The most creative and complex solutions are rewarded with generous prizes!
Please forward this information to university students, especially from computer science or electrical engineering majors. We would appreciate receiving a feedback about whether this information presents any interest for you or not.
Apart from the Digilent Contest Europe, there will be regional editions of the contest, to which you can apply. We encourage students to enroll in the regional contest that is convenient for them. More information about the event can be found
at  http://www.digilentinc.com/events/ddc2013/. Also see our previous events and the successful Munich Worldwide Finals.
Sincerely,
The Digilent Team