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Intel Higher Education Program News

November, 2015


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Join America's Greatest Makers in a New Televised Challenge

Intel, United Artists Media Group and Turner Broadcasting System are bringing a national maker's challenge to television in 2016.

Learn how to participate >

Arduino 101, the featured development board that will be used on America's Greatest Makers, is based on the Intel® Curie™ Compute Module and is available in the U.S.

See the details >

 

 

Recognizing Disruptive Technology Contributions

The Intel Early Career Faculty Honor Program promotes the careers of faculty members who show great promise as future academic leaders in disruptive computing technologies.

Meet the 2015 honorees >

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Designing the Future of Education Technology

The Intel® Education Visionaries program invites dreamers at the forefront of classroom transformation to help Intel shape the future of learning. In early 2016 Intel will open an application process for potential new Visionaries.

Learn more about the Visionaries program >

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Funding Education Start-Ups 

Meet the eight start-ups selected for the Intel® Education Accelerator Program and who are competing for up to a $100,000 Intel Capital investment and coaching from senior industry leaders.

See who is in the first cohort >

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Rewarding Innovative College Students

Entrepreneurship competitions in Asia/Pacific. Technical contests in Malaysia, Mexico, and the U.S. Maker challenges in Europe. Embedded competitions in Brazil. Innovation summits in Taiwan. See how the universities in your region are innovating or learn how to participate.

Get the details on global opportunities >

 

Find New Curriculum

We've recently posted Intel® Galileo curriculum. Plus find security, parallel programming, and embedded resources.

Access curriculum resources >

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Investing $50M in Quantum Computing

Intel announced the investment and a 10-year collaboration with QuTech, the quantum research institute of Delft University of Technology and the Dutch Organization for Applied Research.

Read more >

Learn from the Intel Technologists

Intel Fellows, senior principal engineers and architects share future technology insights at the Intel Developer Forum. Topics include machine learning, robotics, exascale computing and future architectures.

View one of the presentations >


Створено 19.11.2015 17:20