What is the ADC?

Texas Instruments Analog Design Contest is an initiative  to encourage system-level design within Universities. This is an opportunity for  students to work on a design project using TI’s broad range of high-performance  analog Integrated Circuits (IC’s) to win a cash prize!

Benefits of Entering

  • Hands-on experience with TI technology – request up to $100 worth  of tools and samples!
  • Industry recognition of your analog design skills
  • Enhanced career prospects
  • Real cash prizes


Who Can Enter?


ADC is open to teams of between 2-5 members. Entrants must be eighteen years of  age or older and registered engineering students (undergraduates, Masters and  PhDs) at a university in one of the participating countries listed here


What Can You Win?

Round 1: In the first round, there will be twenty  winning teams. Each of these teams will be awarded a cash prize of US$ 1,000


Round 2: The top twenty winning teams from ‘Round  1’ will automatically proceed to the second level of judging. These top twenty  teams will compete against each other to win the “Engibous Prize For Innovation  In Analog” (Engibous Prize).


First place:US$ 10,000
Second place:US$ 5,000
Third place:US$ 2,500
Fourth place:US$ 2,500


Contest rules apply


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