Every year, Digilent holds design contests in the US, China, Europe, and India, and they get hundreds of teams competing. For the first time last year, they brought the winners from all regions to Germany to compete against each other. This year Digilent held the finals in Pullman. Eight teams (three from China, two from Romania and three from the US - including the first ever entry from WSU) presented their projects in ETRL101 on Saturday, September 29th between 1PM and 5PM. Awards were presented immediately afterwards. Here are the results:
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By Tina Hilding, College of Engineering and Architecture
A Perspectives column recently posted in WSUNews
The College of Engineering and Architecture hosted an Ice Cream Social yesterday for students, faculty, and staff on the ETRL Courtyard. The event was well attended and the ice cream was from Ferdinands. Many CEA student groups got to meet and greet potential members and show off accomplishments.